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Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium
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CTDLC
Agency overview
Formed October 1996
Headquarters 85 Alumni Rd, Newington, CT
Employees <15
Agency executives Diane Goldsmith, Executive Director
Kevin Corcoran, Associate Executive Director
Parent agency BSAA
Website
http://www.ctdlc.org

The Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium (CTDLC) is a State of Connecticut agency that supports online learning in Connecticut. Although they are not a college, they provide services to Connecticut's colleges and universities to make it easier for them to offer online courses and degree programs.

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History

The Consortium was created in October 1996 when over thirty colleges and universities met and agreed that Connecticut needed to systematically mount distance deliverable education. The members are committed to providing the delivery of high quality online courses cost effectively and assuring that Connecticut is a national leader in distance education.

Student Services

The CTDLC gives students all the information they need to know about online learning, including:

  • Listing of all online courses available from Connecticut's colleges and universities, including registration, tuition & fees, and pre-requisites
  • Listing of all online degree programs available at Connecticut's college and universities
  • Listing of all online certificate programs available at Connecticut's college and universities
  • Financial Aid information
  • Online tutoring (not offered at all colleges)
  • Links to all of the Connecticut's colleges and universities that offer online education
  • Free Sample online course
  • General facts and information about online learning
  • Online help desk

The CTDLC is not a college. In most cases, you will need to contact the college you are interested in directly to enroll or register for a course. If you see a "Register for Course" button in the course descritpion, you can click there to register online. Always speak with your advisor before enrolling in a course outside of your home institution.

Faculty Services

The CTDLC website offers a variety of services for faculty, including training programs and grant opportunities.

Business Services

The CTDLC is available to help the business community with their online needs, including building web applications and converting face-to-face training into e-learning.

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