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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Many individuals would like to advance their education, but face difficulties in attending traditional college degree programs because of work or family obligations, geographical location or other obstacles. For those students, online degree programs may be the best or only way to get a college education. However, just because you may be able to complete a college course without ever leaving your house doesn’t mean that the work is easier or that there won’t be any challenges...

For those preparing to teach online, the prospect might seem both exciting and daunting. Plenty of instructors have already taught online and have much to share from their experience. Here are some of the benefits and challenges faculty frequently report when teaching online. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ...

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Online Learning Challenges Campus Distractions Self-Discipline Essential Technological Reliance Conflicts in Learning Style Diminished Social Aspects ...

Throw in everyday distractions typical for an online student—full-time jobs, kids, family activities—and the work can easily pile up. These time management tips from online learning veterans can help you stay ahead of the game: ...

Completing education online is an ideal choice for those looking for convenience. Whether you are completing an online continuing medical education course towards maintaining your ARDMS credential, taking an online biology course to better prepare for an allied health program or completing an entire online degree, nothing beats rolling out of bed and having your “computer classroom” a hop, jump and a skip away. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ...

Regardless of how an affordable a college might be, if its quality is questionable, it is not worth attending. But how can a parent or an individual endorse a school as of high value?  Reputation, accreditation, and graduation rate are the essential elements that will ensure a school is on the upper level of the academic ladder.  Let’s take a tour of the three factors in detail. ...

In a traditional classroom, you meet your fellow students and faculty and create a real community; even it’s only for the length of the class. You notice when your classmates look upset or even who is there and who is absent. That’s part of the community; it makes you feel connected, and it is one of the more enjoyable aspects of college life. But can you get that feeling as an online student? The answer is yes and here’s how. ...

Try a webquest: this is a guide to help students in surfing the internet. For instance, you can ask students to serve curators of a national park, on a specific topic. Students will then have to surf the web to determine the particular species that belongs to the park. ...

What are your expectations for online learning and how do you know if it is right for you? Answering these questions involves doing your research about the options available and making some decisions about your plans for the future. In addition to assessing your skills and readiness you need to consider the financial obligation, draft an education and career plan, and evaluate your options to find a high quality program. ...

To succeed in the online environment, a student must: Have access to a computer and have minimum technology skills and requirements. Online courses require students to have daily access to a computer and be comfortable communicating online.   ...