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Distance Learning Students

Students taking online classes for the first time required to register for Introduction to Distance Learning

Students taking online classes for the first time at TCC are required to register and successfully complete the for Introduction to Distance Learning workshop.

TCC students—new or currently enrolled—planning to take  distance learning courses for the first time are required to register for CDL-STU008: Introduction to Distance Learning. It’s a free, non-credit online workshop designed to help TCC distance learning students succeed from the start.

The workshop is conducted on Blackboard over a 5-day period. Students must complete at least one Unit activity per day, and should expect to spend about an hour on each lesson. Students are free to work ahead in the workshop if they would like to complete it in less than 5 days.

The workshop will teach skills such as how to access course materials, communicate with classmates and instructors, submit homework and take tests. Some of the college policies and procedures will also be reviewed.

Students who complete the workshop will be eligible to enroll in distance learning courses for the Spring 2013 sessions.

The Center for Distance Learning offers weekly workshops, so make sure you sign up for one today.  If you are a current TCC student, you can register right now for the next available workshop by following this tutorial (.pdf).  If you are a new TCC student, you will need to send your registration request and student ID number to distancelearning@tcc.fl.edu.


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Notification of Social Security Number Collection and Usage
In compliance with section 119.071(5), Florida Statutes, Tallahassee Community College issues this notification to students, employees, and applicants regarding the collection and usage of your Social Security Number (SSN). Tallahassee Community College collects and uses the social security number in performance of the College’s duties and responsibilities for the following purposes: admissions/testing; record identification and verification; classification of accounts; credit worthiness; billing and payments; data collection; reconciliation; tracking for outcome data and transition from one education level to the next; benefit processing; tax and scholarship reporting; financial aid processing; athletics recruiting; accreditation of programs; as a condition of employment and employment processing; and reporting to authorized agencies of the state and federal government. To protect identity, TCC secures all social security numbers from unauthorized access and assigns students and employees a unique identification number. The College will never release social security numbers to unauthorized parties. The unique identification number is used for all associated employment and educational purposes at TCC.

Enrollment Services/Workforce Programs/Florida Public Safety Institute
Federal legislation relating to the Hope Tax Credit requires that all postsecondary institutions report students’ social security numbers to the Internal Revenue Service. A student may refuse to disclose his or her social security number to the college, but the IRS is then authorized to fine the student in the amount of $50.  In addition to federal reporting requirements, the public school system in Florida uses social security numbers as student identifiers (section 1008.386, Florida Statutes) for purposes of tracking and assisting students in the smooth transition from one education level to the next. All social security numbers are protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and are never released to unauthorized parties.

 
   
 
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