The mission of E-learning is to provide students with an electronic means to access higher education and to support and assist faculty in the planning and the development of technology use for the improvement of teaching and learning.

  • Increase student access to learning opportunities
  • Enhance the abilities of the college to respond to learner needs
  • Respond to workforce development needs
  • Assure quality of instruction to place and time-bound students
  • Deliver online programs to expand access to adult learners
  • Provide support and training for students, faculty and staff in the use of technology
  • Use technology to extend learning opportunities and activities beyond the classroom
  • Enhance the use of instructional technology within the classroom

What is E-Learning?

Electronic courses require more self-discipline than traditional on-campus classes, and E-courses require much more time than on-campus courses. Expect to spend anywhere from 10-15 hours per week per online course. Also, many of the traditional courses taught at Delta are enhanced by the use of Canvas.

Online Courses

Students taking online courses will be required to attend an orientation at Delta on how to use the Canvas Platform. This orientation is held each semester during early registration and regular registration. The dates and times TBA each semester.   Students taking an online course are required to take a face-to-face final on campus. Information about the time and place for the final will be provided by the online teacher. Students need to be self-motivated with good study and time management skills.

Delta Online Orientation for Canvas

For Knights Online / Canvas issues, log in here, and select "Help".

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