If you are new to LATTC and looking for online classes, follow these steps:
- Check the Online Course List for Spring 2013 and for Fall 2013, Winter 2014 (one class), and Spring 2014.
- Check the Online Student Guide for information. Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Winter 2014, Spring 2014
- Apply to the district and get an appointment to register.
- Learn how to use the Student Information System. [Video Tutorials]
- Meet any pre-requisites with help from Matriculation and Counseling.
- Register for your class(es).
- Get your books.
- Prepare your computer
- Set-up and/or check your personal or campus email for any messages from your instructor.
- Log into Moodle on or before the first day of the class.
If you are a returning student and have not taken a class during the last two semesters, you need to reapply to verify your residency and avoid paying out of state tuition. Follow the same steps as the new students.
If you are a continuing student who took classes during the past semester, follow the above steps, except for step 2.
Orientations to Moodle & Mahara for Winter 2014
- Monday, January 6 - 6-8:00 pm in Aspen Hall / TE-406 - will cover Moodle plus Mahara, plus the college student eMail system. Moodle and Mahara are required for the Winter Online Health 11 course. This orientation is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED and only students who attend the orientation will be allowed to add the course.
- Monday, February 10 - 6-7:30 pm in Aspen Hall / TE-406
- Tuesday, February 11 – 6-7:30 pm in Aspen Hall / TE-406
- Wednesday, February 19 – 6-7:30 pm in Aspen Hall / TE-406
- Thursday, February 20 - 6-7:30 pm in Aspen Hall / TE-406
- Saturday, February 22 - from 9-11 am in Aspen Hall / TE-406
Special On-Campus Meetings for Specific Classes Spring 2014
Math 112, 115, 125 and 227 Orientations
Saturday, February 8 - from 10 AM to 12 Noon in Aspen Hall 221 (TE 221)
Monday and Tuesday February 10 and 11 - from 3:00 PM to 5:00PM in Aspen Hall 221 (TE-221)
Orientation sessions discuss the software, MyMathLab, used for conducting the online class. You may attend any one or all of them.
- All college Distance Education programs need to publish a list of agencies for out of state students. This list provides contact information in other states should they have questions about transfer, etc.