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Online Learning at Kellogg Community College

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A new prerequisite is in place for all students registering for an online class.
The Online Learner Orientation is now required prior to registering for any
spring 2014 online class.

How do I get started?

Need help registering for the Online Learner Orientation?

number one imageRegister

  1. Log in to the KCC portal.
  2. In the lower right KRIS block, click on “KRIS for Students”.
  3. Click on “Registration”.
  4. Choose “Search/Register for Sections”.
  5. Under “Semester”, select the current semester.
    (make sure to select the current semester so you may start right away).
  6. Under “Subject”, select “Online Learner Orientation”.
    NOTE: This does not appear in alphabetical order.
    It is located between “Journalism” and “Literature”.
  7. Click the “Submit” button.
  8. Check the box to the left of the course title.
  9. Click the “Submit” button.

number two imageGet Started

  1. The course will appear in the KCC portal in the My Classes box.
  2. Click on the course title(13/FA Online Learner Orientation (KCCS C100-91)).
    This link will take you to Moodle.
  3. Click on the course title again from within Moodle. This will take you in to the course.
  4. Once in the course, you will see only one link “Start by clicking here: Welcome”.

If you are still having difficulty registering, please contact Registration

For technical issues, please contact the Help Desk (269-965-4148)

Need more information?

Read through the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) first.

If you still have questions, please email learntec@kellogg.edu

Returning Online students -


New Online Learning students -

Online learning is learning that occurs when taking an online course. An online course is a course that uses the Internet to deliver course material to you, the learner.

If you are thinking about enrolling in a KCC online course, there are some things you should know. The information found here provides distance learners - that's you - with an orientation to online learning.

At the completion of the orientation, you will be able to focus on learning rather than on the technology used in the course. This orientation will also help you identify any barriers to your success as an online student, and give you information or support to help you succeed. Click on the buttons below to get

Is online learning for me?

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