What is meant by online and hybrid?
In general, when you enroll in online or hybrid courses, be ready to participate online—asking and answering questions, taking part in discussions, and completing tests. Many online and hybrid courses at KCC are taught by certified Master Online Teachers.
Online course: All content/instruction is online and accessible through the Canvas course
management system. There is regular and substantive interaction between
students and the instructor. You can finish an online course without coming to
KCC’s campus. A pre-approved proctor may be required to take tests/assessments.
Hybrid course: Instruction/content is a combination of face-to-face meetings at KCC and
other (often online) means. Generally, 30 percent or more of the
instruction/content is online or off-campus. When possible, face-to-face
meeting dates are in the class schedule.
How do I register for an online course?
The registration process is the same for online courses as it is for all KCC courses. For more information on registration, review steps to enroll in classes.
See which online and hybrid courses are available through registration Self-Service.
You need a reliable Internet connection (high-speed). Also required are basic computing skills, including word processing and Internet navigation. Visit the Canvas FAQs for more information.
KCC uses Canvas Learning Management System for online courses. If you are new to Canvas or need assistance, please review the links to the left.
Check out a preview of the Canvas LMS in this Canvas Overview video
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 815-802-8900 for information about technology requirements.
Review the Canvas FAQs.