The North Carolina Virtual Learning Community is committed to helping campus distance education administrators with their role as facilitators of classes and programs for their institutions.
This page will feature general information of interest to administrators, special announcements, feature upgrades and more. Administrators can also log in to the VLC database to maintain information on classes and degrees offered by their institutions.
The scope of the VLC has expanded to include support centers addressing distance learning quality and assessment, professional development, and technology. The Quality and Assessment Center, located at Surry Community College, ensures that the distance learning objects, modules, courses, and programs are pedagogically sound and that resources are being used in the areas of greatest need. The Professional Development Center, located at Wake Technical Community College, assesses professional development needs of faculty and instructors and develops learning resources to enhance abilities in distance learning instructional design and use of the statewide North Carolina Learning Object Repository (NCLOR). The Technology Center, located at Fayetteville Technical Community College, develops and researches new and interactive methods to enhance learning and transform educational environments of distance learning courses.
The VLC development and support centers resources are open to all 58 community colleges.
|NCCCS Distance Learning Staff|
Executive Director of eLearning and Learning Technology Systems