Pay Per Lecture is our individual lecture rental service. It gives you streaming access to a lecture for one week, which you buy online using your student card. It is worthwhile if you only need a few lectures over the semester. If you want to view online regularly, Video On Demand is a much better deal!
Recorded classes are made up of lectures that are recorded in an on-campus class and then made available online. There are different options for viewing those lectures. To see what we offer in this way, go to our course listing page and click on the button that says “show only recorded courses.”
One of the ways of watching our online lectures for free is to use the web channel. We show lectures are set times after the class is recorded. To see the web channel and find the schedule, go to the web channel page. This method of viewing is open to anyone – just go to the page at the scheduled time of the lecture you want to see.
Web Courses, also referred to as “web-based” courses, are courses designed to be delivered online rather than in the classroom. There is no recorded on-campus section. Instead, a web course is made up of elements such as recorded presentations, required readings, video clips and weekly assignments and activities. Content for these courses is managed by the instructor and delivered through Carleton’s Learning Management System, CuLearn. To see what we offer in this way, go to our course listing page and click on the button that says “show only web-based courses.”