Support Services for eLearning
Students taking classes, certificate or degree programs online have access to the same student support services as those students taking traditional face-to-face classes.
- Library Resources
- Tutoring and Academic Support
- Disability Support Services
- Technical Support
Students can access BCC’s online catalog, reference databases and research guides, contact a librarian via phone or email, or have books and media from the BCC library delivered to their local public library. For more information on the resources the library has to offer eLearning students or to contact the library visit the eLearning Library Resources page.
eLearning students can take care of both on-campus and online academic support resources including:
If you would like to speak with someone regarding disability services and accommodations in the online classroom contact Disability Services (ODS).
Not sure if eLearning is for you? This document will provide you with some questions to consider before you register.
Assistive Technology Lab
The college does have an assistive technology lab that is available to students with disabilities. Please contact Disability Services (ODS) to learn about what services are available and to learn more about the AT lab.
Accessibility and eLearning
There are some known issues regarding specific tools in Angel. Additional information on these known issues and recommended solutions can be found here.
Certain math courses use the MyLabs or MyLabsPlus Platform from Pearson Education. Learn more about accessiblity and MyLabsPlus.
For questions about accessibility options or to report a problem, please contact April Bellafiore, Dean of eLearning.
Students taking online classes can purchase their books at the BCC Bookstore. Books can be purchased in-person or ordered online. Students can have their books shipped or can pick them up at the campus location.
If you need help accessing your online courses or with using the eLearning system please visit the Need Help page.