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Technical Requirements for Computers in Online Coursework

All coursework must be submitted on Canvas, the College's Learning Management System (LMS). You must have regular access to a computer equipped with the following:

  • Microsoft Office Suite (Latest Version)
  • Windows 7/8/10 (32/64 bit) or Mac OSX (Yosemite or higher). The LockDown Browser application used by the College will not work on Chromebooks.
  • Memory:  4 GB RAM minimum, 8GB RAM preferred
  • Remote Proctor does not support non-English operating systems
  • Hard drive:  20 GB of free space
  • Screen resolution:  Minimum 1024 x 768
  • Internet connection:  High speed (DSL, Cable, or LAN) is required.  Dialup, cellular high speed and satellite internet service are not supported. 200kbs minimum upload speed is required. Please check with your Internet provider to help ensure you meet this requirement.
  • Webcam
  • Microphone

You are expected to have a back-up plan in the event your computer has operational problems, you lose electricity, or you lose Internet access. These factors are not an excuse for late or incomplete submission of assignments nor are they acceptable reasons for an assignment deadline extension. Most public libraries, school libraries, university libraries, etc., have computers with Internet access and are available for use by the public.


 Steps to complete ELO 100:
  1. Read Frequently Asked Questions about ELO 100.
  2. Log in, self register and complete ELO in Canvas. You'll use your "S" number as your username and your 8-digit birthdate as your password.
  3. Once you have successfully completed ELO 100, you will be able to register for any online class.
ELO instructors usually complete all grading within 1 to 2 business days. Students can register for online courses once their ELO score appears on their Test Scores (see below). For questions or assistance with ELO 100, email elearning@sheltonstate.edu or call 205.391.3978.

Nursing Students

Nursing students will need to print their ELO 100 scores and submit them to the department. To print your ELO score:
  1. Log into MyShelton at https://my.sheltonstate.edu/.
  2. Click on the Student tab.
  3. Click “View Student Information” under “Student Records.”
  4. Click the “Student” button on the menu.
  5. Click “Student Records.”
  6. Click “View Test Scores.”
You should see your ELO score listed on the page.

Proctoring

Shelton State's Testing and Assessment Center offers free proctoring of exams. Click here to schedule an appointment.

Students should contact their instructors for other proctoring options. Instructors will require students to use the eLearning Proctor Agreement Form for off-campus proctoring of exams.

 

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