Welcome to the K-12 virtual learning environment (VLE) for e-learning and blended learning for District School Board Ontario North East.
As part of a new initiative to ensure access to as wide a variety of courses as possible, District School Board Ontario North East is launching several integrated eLearning courses which will blend some of the supports of a face to face classroom with the flexibility and accessibility of eLearning.
In addition to DSB Ontario North East's extensive eLearning offerings we have also partnered with several other boards of education and are able to provide our students with access to dozens of additional courses through their eLearning programs.
The following eLearning courses are offered for the 2016-2017 school year: You can download list as a PDF
|1st Semester (September 2016 to January 2017)|
|Course Code||Course Name|
|BAF3M||Accounting Fundamentals (College/University)|
|BAT4M||Accounting Fundamentals (College/University)|
|BBM4M||International Business Fundamentals (University)|
|CGW4U||World Issues: A Geographic Analysis (University)|
|CLN4U||Canadian & International Law (University)|
|CLU3M||Canadian Law (College/University)|
|FIF3U||French Immersion (University) – Period 4|
|FIF4U||French Immersion (University) – Period 4|
|MCT4C||Mathematics for College Technology (College)|
|MDM4U||Mathematics of Data Management (University)|
|MHF4U||Advanced Functions (University) – Period 1|
|SNC4M||General Science (College/University)|
|2nd Semester (February 2017 to June 2017)|
|Course Code||Course Name|
|CHV 2O||Civics (Open, 0.5) – Term 1|
|CHY 4U||World History Since the 15th Century (University)|
|ENG 3C||English (College)|
|EWC4C||English Writer's Craft (College)|
|EWC4U||English Writer's Craft (University)|
|GLC2O||Career Studies (Open, 0.5) – Term 2|
|HHG4M||Human Development through the Lifespan (College/University)|
|IDC4U||Peer Tutoring (University)|
|MCV4U||Calculus and Vectors (University) – Period 1|
|PPZ3C||Health for Life (College)|
|PSK4U||Introduction to Kinesiology (University)|
How Do I Register?
Students are registered by their guidance counselor who will determine whether e-Learning is the best method of course delivery. Once registered, students are enrolled overnight into the course.
Steps to Register in an e-Learning Course:
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Click on one of the questions below to reveal the answer:
- How do I contact my teacher?
- I cannot log into my course. Who do I contact?
- I received an error message. Who should I inform?
- I found dead links. Who should I inform?
- How do I read and send email?
- How do I access the drop box?
- How do I send a page to my teacher or another student?
- How do I know when I have received a page?
- How do I suggest additions to these FAQs?
- How do I make suggestions for the List of Course Offerings?
If you cannot find your answer in the FAQs and require more information please contact:
Kim Wagner – eLearning Coordinator
Lisa Yee – Student Success Administrator
Telephone: 705-360-1151 ext. 17620