I am an undergraduate student expecting to graduate next spring, but i've attended online classes for the past 2-3 years and don't normally have much contact with my online professors. I want to apply for a masters program, but probably not for another year. When I apply next year, I'm afraid i'll have no one to ask for a LOR. I feel like I am supposed to ask for letters of recommendation from professors who know me well, but I don't have anyone who fits that bill. I'm afraid that if I ask for a LOR from a past professor, especially in a year from now, they'll respond negatively to an ask from a random student they don't even remember.
I don't know how I could've (or if I should've) tried to foster relationships with professors online. I am the kind of student to just read the syllabus and do the work. I don't often have questions to contact the professor with and I understand the coursework just fine on my own. I have had especially limited contact because online professors ask you to try every other resource before e-mailing them.
Can anyone give me advice about how to meet the LOR requirements for graduate program application?