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Online and Blended Learning

CoSer: 412-5877

Service Code:

412.030/031

Service codes by package:
412.030.040 and 412.031.02 Schoology
412.031.060 Canvas
Credit Accrual and Make-Up  
412.030.140 Online/Blended Learning – System Support
412.031.090 Fuel Education – System and Licensing
412.031.120 Accelerate U – System and Licensing
412.031.130 GradPoint – System and Licensing
412.031.140 Online/Blended – System and Licensing
412.031.150 Apex Learning – System and Licensing

 

Contacts:

William Murphy (Schoology, Canvas)
(518) 862-5351
william.murphy@neric.org

Steve Janover (Schoology, Canvas)
(518) 862-5324
steven.janover@neric.org

2018-19 Pricing:

Based on services requested

More Information:

 

NERIC’s Online and Blended Learning services provide access to various digital curriculum tools, as well as learning management systems. These tools provide digital content to students allowing flexibility in learning environments. Digital curriculum supports credit accrual/make-up, content remediation and test prep. NERIC staff provide program development and ongoing support training.

This service includes access to any one of the following online services:
  • Canvas and Schoology: The Learning Management System (LMS) service helps educators transform classrooms by providing a platform to deliver courses in a secure online environment. Both services can be used for school-wide communication, online course creation and content management. NERIC staff provide end-user training and instructional/technical support. Student Information System (SIS) Integration is available for Schoology Enterprise and
    Canvas subscribers. Subscribers can populate courses, rosters and parent accounts through integration with the district’s SIS. Google, Office 365 and LDAP authentication is also available.
  • Credit Accrual and Make-Up: Online and blended learning services provide coursework otherwise unavailable in regular school schedules meeting varying student needs. Web-based courseware systems provide students opportunities to earn
    credits consistent with NYS regulations for awarding credit. This service supports varying levels of student readiness
    and supports core subjects, world languages, electives and exam prep courses. Contact the Program Coordinator to
    discuss various options to support district needs.