Wondering how you’ll make the most of group work in your online courses? Follow these tips to collaborate with your classmates.
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.
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
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. The absence of the traditional classroom constants can trigger motivation loss, which can make it difficult to complete your coursework.
You’ve decided to go back to college and earn a degree. You’re pretty excited, but also a little worried. After all, it’s been a long time since you were in school. How are you going to do?
Here’s the good news: Older students who’ve been “out in the world” for a while tend to do better than
Yes, you did it! You decided to attend college online and now you’re an online college student. Your first day of class is approaching and a million questions hit you:
- How does the first day work?
- When can I see the syllabus?
- What will class be like?
- Am I ready?
- I’ve never done this before –