Distance Learning (DL) courses afford a means by which students may earn college credit without attending classes in a traditional classroom setting on campus. Instead, students have the convenience of using interactive technology to access coursework virtually anytime and anywhere that’s suitable for their schedule.
DL courses are not self–paced, they run during the same sessions as traditional on–campus courses and there will be deadlines for completing tests and other assignments. All work must be completed by the end of the session and final grades are not mailed until the end of the semester. DL courses are fully accredited, they will award and transfer the same credit as a traditional class. Enrollment limits do apply to DL courses so be sure to register early. When you register for a foreign language DL course, expect there to be a mandatory online orientation. Please contact the DL instructor of the class you are interested in for info about orientation and the course.
The Department of Foreign Languages currently has Distance Learning course offerings for:
- Spanish 1 (SPAN 1411) — for general info click here
- Spanish 2 (SPAN 1412) — for general info click here
BEFORE YOU REGISTER
Before You Register for a Distance Learning Course:
- Visit Distance Learning 101 to learn more about Distance Learning at ACC, and get a better understanding of whether a DL course is a good choice to meet your learning style, needs, and expectations.
- Explore your compatibility with distance education through the Learning Style Assessment.
- Measure your technology skills and find tutorials to develop, review, or renew those skills in theTechnical Skills Checklist.
- Find definitions for technical terms in the DL Glossary.
- Participate in the interactive Path to Success workshop to learn the basics of distance education at ACC, acquire study tips and strategies, and discover college-wide services as well as support especially for DL students.
For more detailed information about Distance Learning courses, please visit the