Before enrolling in a course delivered
via the Internet, you should review the following information:
- If you plan to complete coursework from home,
you must own a computer, have a local Internet connection
through an Internet Service Provider (ISP), and depending
on the course, some application software.
- Your Clovis Community College email address
is established when you register for an online course with
Clovis Community College. Student
email information and login instructions can be found
on the ecampus website.
Your computer should have a supported
Internet browser for WebCT. Use your mouse and
click on the words "Browser
Test" below to help you determine if your Internet
browser is a supported browser for the WebCT course delivery
- Academic System users (Math students) should
use the Support
Center from Plato Learning. Use the links " What
are the current system requirements?" and "How
do I install the Interactive Mathematics Client version
11.0?" under FAQ's on the Plato support webpage.
- You will
need to disable any "Pop-up" blockers
when working in WebCT. Many of the features in WebCT use
- If you have downloaded a toolbar, such as Google or Yahoo,
you may have problems with WebCT. You may either uninstall
the toolbar, disable it, or reconfigure it to allow pop-up
windows to display in WebCT.
- We recommend you run an anitspyware utility product.
Free programs available on the internet are:
- If your course
uses PowerPoint presentations (.ppt,.pps, .pptx, .pptm), and you do not
have Microsoft Office 97, or Microsoft Office 2000 or better,
you may need to download and install PowerPoint Viewer 2007
to see your CD PowerPoint presentations or those PowerPoint
presentations on the web site. You may download at this
- You should have sufficient knowledge of your
computer system and its operations before enrolling in an