|Using synchronous video and distance learning to expand access to education, technology, and health-related services to Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee, and Sumter communities.|
Connect classes use technology to connect one or more classrooms in different locations. Note: The instructor for the course may be in a different location.
Connect classes can save time and money! Students register by location – choosing the most convenient location and reducing travel.
Connect classes can be offered for smaller number of students at one or more locations giving more opportunities for students at outreach sites.
Connect classes are taught in classrooms with computers so that students can access the internet and D2L for document sharing, assignments, communication, and more!
Connect classes are made possible in part through the Department of Agriculture’s
2017 Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grant Program administered by the Rural Utilities Service.