Online Learning & Resources
There are many ways to take classes at San José City College. Online learning may be right for you. A computer or tablet and you’re on your way! There are two kinds of online courses:
ONLINE ORIENTATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE. INSTRUCTIONS HERE.
Are Online Classes Right for You?
If you'd like to assess your online readiness more, you can look at these Online Learning Readiness Self-Assessment Modules.
Online Learning can provide an excellent way to achieve your educational goals, especially if you need a more flexible schedule or are unable to come to campus. But you should be aware that:
All classes use eitherMoodle (link) or Canvas (starting Fall 2016) ,our campus online learning management systems. Canvas or Moodle is where your class will take place. Canvas and Moodle provide class activities of shared
documents, graded assignments, quizzes, discussion forums, etc. for your
online courses. The Canvas and Moodle login pages have links for
instructions on how to log in to Canvas or Moodle for the first time.
The URL for login is https://sjeccd.instructure.com/login/canvas
Your login name is first initial plus last name for example: amendez if your name were Alan Mendez).
If you have never logged into to Canvas, you will have to click reset/activate password link to select your password.
Additional info about login and using canvas is at http://www.sjeccd.edu/district-services/ITSS/canvas/faculty-login-instructionsDuring
regular hours (7:30 AM-6:30 PM), you and your students can call the
ITSS Helpdesk at 1-408-270-6411 or email Helpdesk
at email@example.com. At other times, you can call Canvas directly at
1-844-303-0353.Download the Canvas APP on your phone, and let your students know about it; it is one of Canvas' best-rated features.
For assistance with Moodle or MyWeb please contact the help desk:HelpDesk@sjeccd.edu (408) 270-6411
When ITSS is not open (evenings and weekends) and you need assistance with Canvas, call 1-844-303-0353.
MyWeb allows all current students to register, pay fees, and purchase parking permits, view class schedule, grades, GPA, transcripts of all records in this district and more.
Need help with MyWeb? Visit the Student FAQ’s or reference the How to Use MyWeb for Students Resource.
For students with Office 365 webmail accounts, please follow the instructions below:
If you need
further help please contact the helpdesk at (408) 270-6411
Counseling for Distance Education Learners
Students who are distance education learners
have the option of receiving counseling services via telephone, email or Skype.
Due to limited resources, Skype counseling services will be reserved for
students who are currently registered in online coursework, or are planning on
taking online coursework only. Please call (408) 288-3750 to schedule a Skype