The latest estimate is that one third of all US students take at least one course online but technology has changed the life of those on campus as well.
The courses will not earn you credit toward a degree. But Penn professor Al Filreis says his online poetry class, for example, can be rewarding in other ways.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Allison Schnacky of Windermere, Florida, describes her former history teacher standing at the blackboard and making history “the most boring class ever.” Now, watching videos of ancient Egypt and writing an essay […]
If you’re taking an online course for credit, The New York Times November” Education Life” suggests a checklist.
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When Michael Hill needed a doctoral program with the flexibility to let him continue working full-time as a Lincoln University administrator, he chose an online degree from another institution.