- Online Course Seats through MarylandOnline
- Computer Availability
- Desktop Support
- Tablet and Mobile Support
- System Requirements
Allegany College of Maryland offers the following types of eCourses (courses that are delivered in part or wholly via electronic means):
Online course – an eCourse in which 100% of all required instructional activities is conducted online. Learners may be required to complete proctored exams at specified on-site locations.
Blended course – an eCourse that "blends" face-to-face and online instruction. Classroom instruction onsite is designed to reinforce, complement, and elaborate on the online instruction.
Distance Learning (DL) – an eCourse that is offered simultaneously at multiple sites that are remote from one another but linked by telecommunications equipment.
Flex course – an eCourse that is designed as an online course and delivered to provide all of the following additional attendance/learning options for students: face-to-face in a traditional classroom, live broadcasts of classroom sessions, and recordings of classroom sessions. Flex courses are scheduled in traditional classrooms with no reduction in seat time.
MarylandOnline (MOL) is a statewide consortium dedicated to championing online learning. Through its seat-sharing program, MOL facilitates students’ access to online courses that are offered by MOL member institutions across the state. Allegany College of Maryland students have access to a wide selection of online courses through the MOL seat-sharing program. More information about courses offered through the MarylandOnline consortium is available at http://marylandonline.org/projects-and-programs or by contacting Kara Riley at 301-784-5312 or by mail to email@example.com.
Regular access to a computer, tablet, or mobile device with high speed Internet access is required for participation in online, blended, and flex courses. Computers are available for student use in two locations on the Cumberland Campus. Ten computers are provided in the Technology building, room 114. Contact the IT Helpdesk at 301-784-5444 for available hours. The Library also maintains computers for student use (for hours see https://library.allegany.edu/polaris/). At the Bedford County Campus, students may use computers in the computer lab when the lab is not in use for classes or meetings. The Bedford County Campus library also has ten computers available for student use.
|Browser||Supported Browser Version(s)||Maintenance Browser Version(s)|
ESR - current version (including a 12-week overlap with the previous version)
|Device||Operating System||Browser||Supported Browser Version(s)|
|Android™||Android 5.0 +||Chrome||Latest|
|Apple||iOS®||Safari, Chrome||The current major version of iOS (the latest minor or point release of that major version) and the previous major version of iOS (the latest minor or point release of that major version). For example, as of June 7, 2017, D2L supports iOS 10.3.2 and iOS 9.3.5, but not iOS 10.2.1, 9.0.2, or any other version. Chrome: Latest version for the iOS browser.|
|Windows||Windows 10||Edge, Chrome,
|Latest of all browsers, and
|Operating System||Windows 7 or higher
Mac OSX 10.8 or higher
Mac OS 10.12
|Processor||Intel Core i3 or equivalent||Intel Core i5 or equivalent|
|Memory||4 GB of RAM||6 GB of RAM or higher|
|Monitor Resolution||1024 x 768||1280 x 1024 or higher|
|Free Hard Disk Space||5 GB of free disk space||20 GB or higher of free space|
|Broadband (high-speed) Internet connection with a consistent minimum speed of 3 Mbps||Broadband (high-speed) Internet connection with a speed of 6Mbps or higher|
|Internet Browser||See list of supported browsers at https://documentation.brightspace.com/EN/brightspace/requirements/all/browser_support.htm?Highlight=browser%20support|