In the First Week:
1. Login to the OLC within the first week of the semester.
2. Download your course syllabus and submit your course affirmation file.
3. Contact your course mentor.
Passwords must include:
• At least 8 characters
This may be the first time you have enrolled for a WSCLL distance education course. Or perhaps this will simply be the continuation of our relationship. Whatever the situation, we want you to be familiar with developments that are in place for the spring 2013 semester, and to remind you of some important student policy matters.
So please take just a few minutes and review this material. It will help you Get Started Right in the new semester.
When you enroll for a WSCLL course, you will be notified that you have also been enrolled in the WSCLL Online Learning Center at:
Online Learning Centers provide a “home room” for groups, or “clusters,” of students who are going through the same course at approximately the same time. Our desire is not to limit the significant flexibility that has become the signature of Western Seminary’s distance education program. Rather, this is an opportunity to provide meaningful interaction with other students, to have one location for all non-media course materials, and to make your learning experience as enjoyable and profitable as possible.
To login to your course (typical):
Username: Student ID Number
You will then be required to change your password to ensure privacy. Please choose a password that you can remember or write it down in a secure location; WSCLL personnel have no access to your password, but, if necessary, will be able to reset it upon request.
When you have successfully logged into your learning center, take a look around and become familiar where your resources are. Download your syllabus and review your recommended completion schedule. Make sure you know what your course expectations are as early in the semester as possible. If you have problems, please give us a call.