Online learning is a great option for a growing number of students, and learning online doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality for convenience while you earn your degree. College of the Redwoods is proud to offer access to education for those who need flexibility in attending classes. All of our online courses are fully accredited in the same way our traditional, face-to-face courses are. They have the same student learning objectives and require you to demonstrate the same competencies as our traditional courses.
You can access your College of the Redwoods online course using any Internet connection, anytime, anywhere. Choose the time and place that works for you. Each week, participate in class discussions, post your assignments, and review faculty and peer feedback. Much of your course work can be done offline, too.
Whether you hope to take most of your degree program online, or only a few courses, you want to be sure to speak with an advisor about your plans. Whether you hope to take most of your degree program online, or only a few courses, you want to be sure to speak with an advisor about your plans. For those who plan to regularly take two or more classes online each term, please be in contact with your academic advisor by calling 707-476-4150 or sending an email to email@example.com or Sheila-Hall@redwoods.edu.
If you have a demanding work schedule, live far from a campus, need to save money on gas, or want to spend more time at home with your family, taking classes online at College of the Redwoods makes sense.
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Tips for the online Student
College of the Redwoods Student Services Online Orientation
Tutoring Services are available by appointment. Please call the Academic Support Center at the Eureka Campus, at 707.476.4106. The tutoring schedule is sent to all registered CR students via your MyCR email account.
MyCR is our learning management system and where you can access your online classes.
A Schedule of Classes is available where you can view the online classes offered during the semester of your choice.
Faculty Resources contain teaching resources helpful to our instructors.
Instructional Design services are available by appointment. Please call or email.
Instructional Technology Training, including MyCR, Google Docs, Tegrity, and others, are available. Please email or call.
Tutorials are available for both students and instructors. These tutorials cover topics such as MyCR, Google Docs, Gmail, Tegrity, and Social Media.
Captioning and Transcription for your distance education class material is available through the DECT grant. Please contact the Distance Education department to discuss your project so the best workflow for captioning/transcribing your materials can be determined.
Operating Statement: In support of the college's mission and Objective 1.6 of the College of the Redwoods Strategic Plan (Support staff and faculty development and instructional innovation), the Professional Development Committee provides a comprehensive professional development program to include assessment of needs, planning and evaluation of activities.