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Posted on Jan 7 2018 - 12:23pm by admin
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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Online classes provide a unique set of both challenges and advantages when it comes to academic coursework. This article will address some of the challenges of online learning as well as provide you with five tips to help improve your chances of success in online classes. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Tip #1 – Get organized When you enroll in online courses you are responsible for yourself – there is no one to personally remind you about...

When adults—especially moms and dads—think about going back to school, many see no way to squeeze college into their hectic routines. But it is possible—and we’re here with tips for success in online courses.   Attending college online helps with that time crunch. Not having to commute to a campus saves adult students several hours per week. These stolen hours can then be applied to home study time.   Truth is, the average working American has about 30 hours of free time per week.   That’s right: 30 hours....

Posted on Jan 6 2018 - 5:52pm by admin
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Our team of admissions counselors put together this helpful blog post full of tips for making your online learning experience a successful one. Since you’re not attending a class session at a designated time, it does take more self-direction and personal accountability to keep yourself engaged in the materials and completing your assignments when they are due. You’ll need to learn how to reach out to your professors, classmates, and student support services, who are ready to help but who need you to let them know when you need help! (adsbygoogle...

One blogger’s perspective on how to organize yourself and improve your time management techniques in the first few weeks of your online course work (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); My name is Jeanne Damon, and I’m currently pursuing my master’s degree in Human Resources and Employment Relations at Penn State World Campus. I’ve found the Penn State culture to be team oriented, with fellow classmates and professors sharing advice. ...

Coming to Penn State is exciting and it is important to try and enjoy every moment here in State College. It can be easy to forget that your main reason for coming here is your education — a very expensive education. Learning how to study and manage your time in college can be difficult, but I have some tips to help you succeed in your first semester at Penn State. ...

BBH 143 is the most intriguing class at Penn State! The title of the class is “Drugs, Behavior, and Health.” It’s a health class that no one will get sick of. This class is great for just a random health class or someone with a  pharmacy major! Drugs are really incredible to learn about. Here are some helpful study tips for acing this amazing class: ...

In 2014, Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) had over 95,000 students enroll at its 24 campuses, making it one of the biggest universities in the US. Founded in 1855, Penn State has two law schools, a College of Medicine, 19 Commonwealth campuses, and five Special Mission campuses.  The public research university has an academic record on par with many Ivy-League schools in the US and has been labelled one of the ‘’Public Ivies’’. ...

There are multiple ways to take the Astro 001 class at Penn State. You can take it in-class, online, or online as a video game. Opting for the video game can sound fun and interesting, but it’s quite difficult. Here’s some things you can do while gaming that will help you succeed in this course! ...

We asked our social media audience for their best tips for a successful semester, and they have taken to our Penn State World Campus Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts to share their ways for studying and staying organized for assignments, group work, and deadlines. Here’s a compilation of their responses that may spark some ideas for the new semester: ...

Universities from all around the world are now offering free online courses as a part of the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs, for short) project. MOOCs have been around since 2008 with almost 800 universities offering up more than 8,000 free online courses (all of which you can see over at Class Central) — but over the past three months another 600 programs have been officially unveiled. The courses span a range of subjects, including fashion design, architecture, business, personal development, literature and much more. Check...