Distance Learning courses at Darton State College are supported by the Instructional Technology and Distance Learning Department (ITDL), the Darton State Library, the Georgia Library Catalogs, and the Darton Bookstore.
Instructional technology is a growing field of study which uses technology as a means to solve educational challenges, both in the classroom and in distance learning environments. It is the theory and practice of design, development, utilization, management, and evaluation of processes and resources for learning.
Darton State offers a variety of Distance Learning options for students seeking alternatives to traditional classroom instruction. Students may pursue a variety of courses in the core curriculum and selected degree programs through Online courses, Channel 19 telecourses, and video streaming. Registration and Admissions for Distance Learning classes follow the same procedures as for traditional enrollment at Darton.
Award Winning Technology Department
Distance Learning occurs when the instructor and the learner are separated by time and/or location. Darton State College offers a variety of distance learning options for students seeking alternatives to traditional classroom instruction. Darton's Distance Learning program has received national recognition from the National Council of Instructional Administrators for exemplary initiatives in the use of technology. Darton currently delivers a variety of Online Classes, many of which are offered through GeorgiaOnMyline
Rural Technology Network
Southwest Georgia Cancer Coalition
Wiimote white-board Project