Welcome to CCMâ€™s Virtual Campus.
We are committed to provide high quality education to learners who want to extend their academic careers, boost their workforce knowledge and skills sets, and/or foster personal growth in a fully online or blended learning environment.
Please refer to the Distance Education Process Handbook for information on compliance requirements, course design process, and professional development requirements.
- Accessibility Checklist
- Additional resources are available on the Blackboard Users Group (BUG) course in Blackboard.
Model courses are designed by a faculty course developer in partnership with an instructional designer. There is a lot of flexibility in terms of subject matter content presentation and on activities/assessments (depending on the department). There are course organizational restrictions. The course set up (including the course menu) cannot be revised. The course organization is designed with student experience in mind, so there is consistency as they go from Virtual Campus course to Virtual Campus course.
Please refer to theÂ Model Course Instructions for Faculty documentÂ as you are ready to course copy and set up your model course. PleaseÂ do notÂ make any changes to the model course. All changes are done in your own course after the course copy is completed.
Any changes to the sample activities and/or assessments must be documented and reported to the academic department chairperson. Please contact your department chair to discuss how the changes should be reported. If the department is using theÂ Model Course Activities/Assessment Change FormÂ through the Virtual Campus, please access it via the provided hyperlink.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT:Â Please continue to monitor your CCM email and www.ccm.edu for campus communication as it is related to COVID-19.Â If you require support using the online tools please email email@example.com