E-learning Credit Courses are courses taught by e-learning teachers using the provincial Learning Management System (LMS).
E-learning courses can be offered for students who cannot be in the physical classroom to learn. For example, a desired course may not be offered at their school or they cannot take a course because of a scheduling conflict.
E-learning credit courses allow for a variety of online classroom configurations. Students from different locations may enrol in one e-learning course. Students from one location can enrol in one course but access it during different periods of the day.
E-learning credit courses allow secondary school students to:
- Select from a wide range of subjects
- Benefit from applied, college, university/college, university, workplace, and open course types
- Reduce time table conflicts.