About Distance Learning
In 1982, the Florida Engineering Education Delivery System (FEEDS) was established as a means of making engineering education available to Florida’s engineering population. Now, with eleven Florida universities participating, thousands of degrees have been awarded through the FEEDS consortium, serving hundreds of Florida industries.
Drawing on resources from the statewide consortium, the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction opened its first Video Production Distance Learning (DL) Center at UNF. Since 2004, the DL Video Production Center has provided quality distance education courses from the School of Engineering, the School of Computing and Construction Management. New delivery standards have evolved, but the original video format remains the same today: Courses are recorded live, in a classroom environment, and are web cast over the Internet. The DL Video Production Center delivers synchronous and asynchronous video lectures using this unique approach. We have also joined forces with the Florida Distance Learning Consortium, increasing our customer outreach potential, and adding more valuable resources for faculty and students.
The CCEC Video Production Distance Learning Center also provides a variety of video-based services for our college, the university, and our community, but our primary focus is to respond to the educational needs of students and professionals.
To deliver, in a timely and effective manner, Distance Learning
courses that support the educational needs of CCEC programs.
We want to ensure your satisfaction and success. Your feedback is encouraged. If you have any questions, please contact Elaine Poppell, Sr. Broadcast Technologist, or the Distance Learning staff.