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Ask an Advisor: How can I prepare for my FIRST online course?

December 08, 2021 by Mandy Byrd |

Take a look at the tools and technology you’ll be using and learn what to expect in the online classroom.

If you’re new to online learning, you probably have questions about how it all works. Never fear — our new blog series, Ask an Advisor, is here to help. Let’s get started!

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EdD in Kinesiology: A Flexible Online Program for Busy Professionals

How an EdD in Kinesiology student juggled coursework, newborn twins, and teaching online

Dr. Amanda Durall never imagined that she would complete her doctorate in the backseat of her minivan in the middle of a pandemic.

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How to Stay Motivated as an Online Student

October 21, 2021 by UNCG Online |

The key to success in online learning is staying motivated. This is equally true for veteran online students and those newly introduced to the online classroom. So here are six strategies to keep yourself motivated to do the work.

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6 Tips for Successful Online Group Work

July 16, 2021 by Kelly Paul |

Wondering how you’ll make the most of group work in your online courses? Follow these tips to collaborate with your classmates.

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How Much Time Should You Commit To An Online Degree?

Online learning requires organization and self-discipline. You may have to fit study around work and family, setting your own schedule to make sure you get assignments in on time.

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How to finish college as an adult student

June 23, 2021 by UNCG Online |

Finishing college is hard. Finishing it as an adult is even harder. If it was easy, a lot more people would do it. Face it, you’re likely juggling a full-time job and caring for kids, parents, or both.

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How many online courses should you take each semester? Take this Quiz to find out.

June 10, 2021 by UNCG Online |

Let’s face it. Going to — and finishing — college isn’t easy. It takes a lot of hard work, research, reading, writing, presenting, and learning to complete a degree. For those adults who know they want to pursue a college education — whether it’s an undergraduate or graduate degree, or a

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