Welcome to the Portal!
Welcome to the newly designed E-learning Advisors Portal. Look for our communications and resources here.
The School Support Services Division provides service based upon the North Carolina Virtual Public School's comprehensive plan.
It is our mission to educate and inform all partners and stakeholders about the NCVPS operational guidelines and policies to better prepare students for their virtual learning experience. They will also develop leadership capacity to align NCVPS and 21st century goals into with schools’ and districts’ work to meet the State Board of Education’s “Future Ready Goals” (pdf, 27kb).
NCVPS inquiries should be directed to the appropriate Virtual Learning Consultant who oversees each county. Regional assignments are identified here.
SSS provides assistance and consultation to a broad range of people, including:
James Bell and Adam Renfro discuss the influence and trends of digital natives in preparation for their new podcast series, GenerationText.
What's Happening Now?
Search for the Help You Need!
Follow this link to our customized search engine to find the help and details you are looking for.
Share Your Success Stories
Please share your e-learning success stories with us!
If you are a district, school, student, parent, or NCVPS instructor, please share your successes with us!
We may feature your story on our NCVPS Home Page or here on the ELA Portal.
Follow this link to our survey:
GenerationText Super Users
E-learning Advisors and NCVPS Instructors:
We are seeking nominations for GenerationText Super Users! These are students who have mastered Web2.0 skills. They are very adept at all things Internet. Computer shortcuts are easy for them. PowerPoint, no problem. Video mixing, easy. Networking, second nature. Online, all the time. They've earned the names of Digital Natives and Screenagers and GenerationText.
Please help us identify NCVPS students who fit that billing! Follow this link to nominate students today: http://bit.ly/gentextsuperusers
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