Online Learning

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History of Brewing

Investigate the relationship that beer has had with humanity from the dawn of history to the present day.

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Flexibility.
Convenience.
Choice.

Take advantage of the flexibility of attending college online.

The learning outcomes for an online course are no different than a classroom course. Just like a traditional classroom you have an instructor, assignments, lectures and discussions. The differences? All of your assignments and communication with your instructor and fellow students are done electronically. You choose what time to log on every week and you take greater control of your learning.

Announcements

Most of our online learning courses and programs are in partnership with OntarioLearn.

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Most of our online learning courses and programs are in partnership with OntarioLearn.

OntarioLearn is made up of all of the Ontario Colleges, who have come together to deliver online courses.

You will see terms such as ‘host college’ and ‘registering college’ if the course you take is offered through OntarioLearn. The ‘host college’ is the college that has hired the instructor to teach the course to a number of students from a number of colleges. The ‘registering college’ is the college that you have registered with (the one that you paid your course fee to).

You will be logging into the OntarioLearn portal to access your course.