E-Learning Ontario's provincial Seat Reservation System (SRS) allows provincially funded school boards, school authorities and demonstration schools to locate e-learning courses for their students. The SRS offers participants in the provincial e-learning strategy, using the provincial Learning Management System (LMS), an effective strategy to address issues arising from course unavailability and timetable conflicts.
- Allows school boards to post extra seats or search available seats for e-learning courses offered by other school boards through the provincial LMS.
- Applies to all e-learning courses offered by school boards as part of day school, continuing education, and night and summer school programs.
- School boards not offering e-learning courses may use the system to find e-learning courses offered by other school boards across Ontario.
- Delivering school boards have the right to decline reservations from any requesting school board.
- Delivering school boards charge a course-sharing fee to requesting school boards, as determined yearly by e-Learning Ontario.
- A tutorial video is available on the SRS website to guide users. Help files and e-Learning Ontario assistance are also made available, as needed.
- Once extra seats for a given course are posted on the system, the delivering school board/school commits to not remove or cancel the course.
- School boards/schools posting more than 15 available seats for a given e-learning course may be required by the Ministry of Education to explain the posting of a course with low enrolment.
- The student's home school must complete and provide the necessary documentation to the delivering school within 48 hours of reserving a seat. Otherwise, the reservation and student enrolment will not be confirmed.
- The home school must report the enrolment of all e-learning students on the appropriate register, regardless of the delivering school.
- The delivering school board/school is not to place students registered with other school boards on any funding register.