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Distance Education
Distance Education
Distance Education

Roane State's Distance Education program offers flexible and convenient educational opportunities.

We have a wide-ranging selection of courses which will help fit your schedule.  Many are entirely Internet-based, many have non-traditional class meeting times, and many take advantage of a combination of distance technology.

How do I take tests if my course is web-based?

Some instructors use online testing, and some instructors require you to attend Roane State's Testing Center.  See your class syllabus for more details, and visit the Testing Center web page to see the testing center hours each semester.

What about textbooks for online courses?

Textbooks and study guides for Distance Education courses may be purchased through our campus bookstore.

For RODP courses (R50, R01, & R25), you must purchase books through the RODP bookstore.

What is Momentum?

If your course takes place entirely online, or even has an online component, you might be using Momentum.  Momentum is the online area where your course "meets".  For more information, view the Momentum tutorial video. Momentum can be accessed here if you are registered for the class.

If I have a Web or RODP course, how do I log in?

If you have an D2L/webcourse, go to

If you have an RODP course, go to

I still have a few questions about D2L/Momentum

Please contact:

Click above for email address
(865) 882-4556

I still have a few questions about RODP

Please contact:

Matthew Ward
Click above for email address
(865) 882-4602

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