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In 2021-22, Dufferin-Peel is offering 7 online credit courses through their eLearning program to their senior level secondary students. Courses meet all Ministry of Education curriculum expectations and standards and have been developed by eLearning Ontario. Please read through the information below to learn more about eLearning and follow the steps below to register. 

Parents/Guardians, please click here to learn more about eLearning programs and expectations.

DPCDSB eLearning 2021-22 Course Offerings

Course Code Course TitleOffered in Quadmester
BOH4MQBusiness Leadership: Management Fundamentals4
ENG4UQEnglish 4
GWL3OQDesigning Your Future4
HHS4UQFamilies in Canada3
HSB4UQChallenge and Change in Society3
OLC4OQThe Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course4

Step 1: Are you ready for an eLearning course?
Students who are considering taking an online course are asked to complete the student questionnaire below prior to completing the registration form. There are many variables to consider as to whether a student is a suitable candidate for online learning. This questionnaire is simply one awareness piece candidates and their parents and guidance teachers should consider.

eLearning Readiness Quiz

Profile of a Successful eLearner
Research studies have identified some characteristics of students who are successful at eLearning. These characteristics include the following:

  • Organized
  • Self-directed and self-motivated
  • Responsible
  • Independent
  • Flexible - with a willingness to learn
  • Able to manage time well
  • Good communication skills
  • Good computer skills
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • Interested in the subject matter

Step 2: Review the links below to learn everything about an eLearning course
*Please note that students are encouraged to review an ELearning Orientation prior to the start of their course.

Desktop Guidelines
eLearning Guide
Student Questionnaire
Assessment and Evaluation
Frequently Asked Questions

Step 3: Register for an eLearning Course
To register for an eLearning course, please return this form to your guidance counsellor once you have completed all fields:
2021-22 eLearning Registration Form

Step 4: Login to the eLearning course
Click on the links below to access information about the eLearning Learning Management System and to access your courses once registered:
Instructions for Logging into the VLE
LOGIN to your eLearning (and blended learning) courses  

Please refer to this site regularly as new questions and answers will be posted on an ongoing basis.

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