Contact Student Academic Support Services at email@example.com
Contact the Office of Part-Time Studies and Retention at firstname.lastname@example.org
SAM is the Learning Management System (LMS) that we use at Holland College for course delivery of all blended, face to face, and distance courses. Visit SAM after you register for your 2020/2021 courses to see course information and materials, and orientation information.
To find information about logging into your Holland College accounts such as SAM and Outlook, click here.
To learn how to navigate SAM, click here.
To watch a quick tutorial on how to use SAM, click here.
The links below will show you how to manage files, use the Internet effectively, use your computer accessories, and communicate with your instructor and classmates. You will also find information on the difference between in-person and virtual classes, and healthy computer work habits and spaces.
In-Person and Virtual Classes
You may need to learn and meet in different virtual environments. Here is some information about the platforms that your instructor may use:
Communicating with Instructors and Classmates
There are several ways to communicate with your instructors.
In a distance environment, it is essential that you find a comfortable and efficient workspace.
Holland College has four library locations: Prince of Wales Campus, Summerside Waterfront Campus, West Prince Campus, and Tourism & Culinary Centre. If you are a student at a different campus or centre, our library staff are still here to help! For all general library inquiries, email email@example.com or contact a specific library staff member.
Library Services offers assistance with:
These services are offered in-person by appointment or online.
The library collection includes:
Here are some useful links to help you throughout your program:
For students in blended programs and distance programs, please click here to view the hardware and software requirements you will need for the 2020-2021 academic year.
You will need some basic equipment and knowledge to succeed as a student in a distance learning environment.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.