Interactive (Cable TV) Courses

Interactive (Cable TV) Courses 

Learn More about Interactive Classes 
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Interactive TV classes are broadcasts of classes on the LCCC campus. You may attend these classes from home by watching your TV or your computer. When watching the TV class during the live broadcast, there is immediate contact with the instructor via telephone. However, many students record these classes and view them later at their convenience.

Video on Demand for Interactive Courses:

Interactive TV classes are now available in your home via Video on Demand.  Click the link below (LCCC Video on Demand System) and log in using the following username and password.  (Username and Password are case sensitive and must be typed exactly as shown.)

        Username:  voduser

        Password:  Pa$$word

To view the videos on a PC, you must use Internet Explorer; on a Mac, you must use Safari.  (Videos will not work properly using Firefox.) 

To view Video on Demand on the LCCC campus, please use computers in the College Library.  Students cannot view Video on Demand using the LCCC campus wireless network.

        Click here for LCCC Video on Demand System

Click here to view step-by-step directions for accessing Video on Demand from off-campus.

The LCCC Cable Channel:

Interactive TV classes are broadcast on the LCCC Cable Channel, which is included in most basic cable TV packages in Lorain County. The LCCC Cable Channel viewing areas are: 

  • Channel 96: Amherst, Avon Lake, Bay Village, Elyria, North Ridgeville, and South Amherst
  • Channel 20: Avon, Sheffield and Sheffield Lake
  • Channel 10: Oberlin
  • Channel 19: Vermilion, Lorain
  • Channel 11: Camden, Henrietta, Kipton, Wellington, Grafton, LaGrange, Eaton, Penfield, and Rochester 
     

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