Massively Open Online Classes (also known as MOOCs) offer students the chance to take classes for free with peers across the world. While there has been some criticism of MOOCs lately, they are still serving an important purpose for thousands of learners. Take a look at some of the ways that MOOCs are changing the way people learn.
Most online public schools are aimed at older students - those looking to make up credits or earn their high school diploma. But, several states now offer free online elementary schools to residents. These programs are a bit different because younger students are often in need of more hands-on, creative time. Find out why some families have decided that online elementary school is the best choice for their kids.
A general studies degree can help you go back to and finish your college education. But, is earning a broad degree with the hassle? Find out in this new article.
Most online students have busy lives. Taking online classes can set a good example for school-aged children. However, it can often be frustrating for parents that are trying to take care of their families needs while making time to succeed in their courses.
How do you balance family and school? Share your response and see what fellow parents have to say.
Believe it or not, now is the best time to start ordering your textbooks for the next semester. By shopping around, buying used, and checking out discount online retailers, you'll be able to save a lot more than going through your college's bookstore. Here's how.
You may not be able to become a medical doctor by taking online classes, but there are several high-paying professions you can enter after earning a distance learning degree. Take a look at these virtual degrees that lead graduates to careers earning $100,000 or more.
Most people know that using a fake degree isn't a good idea. But, did you know that in some states listing an illegitimate degree on a resume or using it to promote your business could actually be illegal. Take a look at how these states are cracking down on diploma mill degrees.
How do you compare online colleges? Take a look at the 6 most important ways to compare online programs including accreditation, admissions requirements, residency requirements, and ore.
If you want to become a librarian or work in research, an online Master of Library Sciences degree can help. This article will walk you through the basics of deciding if this is the right course for you, finding a legitimate program, and considering all options.
So, you've decided to drop out of your online college. Whatever you do, don't just stop logging in.
By making a conscious decision and taking the right steps, you should be able to leave your school while still keeping the door open for future possibilities. Here's how.