Advantages of Online Learning

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ouierur posted this 15 December 2011 - Last edited 24 February 2016

Some demonstrate they are independent and self-motivated individuals with initiative to achieve goals, and communicate effectively– in other words, they have many of the soft skills employers seek. Maybe these are the reason more and more people are choosing Online Learning.

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jacobw posted this 19 January 2012 - Last edited 06 August 2015

Online degrees are no cakewalk; it takes a great deal of self-discipline, motivation and drive to complete a degree without the limitations and schedule imposed upon students by traditional colleges. Also, the people who enroll into distance learning courses tend to do so because they have professional/financial responsibilities that take up a lot of their time. Juggling college, work, and family is not easy, and those who successfully do so would obviously be an asset to any organization they are part of.

Jennifer27 posted this 05 July 2012 - Last edited 06 August 2015

I agree. Online degrees are not easy to pursue. As it only depends on your determination and motivation, you need to stay put and linger on till the time you are through.

jhosh83 posted this 13 February 2013 - Last edited 06 August 2015

Yes. Online learning is not a simple thing. Most of the people thinks that it was easy to get certified if they go for online courses. it depends upon the learners motivation and self effort to complete the course successfully.

Merki posted this 02 October 2013 - Last edited 06 August 2015

Online learning actually for people who are not lazy and are highly motivated. One big plus of onlin—É education is independence!

Maddie81 posted this 12 October 2015

I think online learning goes along with really good tutors that motivate you. I recently started a journalism course offered by a distance education school called Open School of Journalism. I cannot attend a school since I’m a stay-at-home mom. So this school gave me the opportunity to start with something I always wanted to do. And I was really pumped because I liked so many topics they offered. That was what motivated me the most. The only bad thing: You cannot start this course at ANY time since they offer a certain schedule for registration. I personally had to wait about 2 months before I could register. Does anybody else have experiences with other distance education schools that offer journalism? How was your experience with online learning at those schools?

 

michaellipsey posted this 02 December 2015

Hello All,

Online learning, or e-learning, offers a number of advantages for people and companies looking to develop a new content program or curricula — none bigger than the ability to offer that training anywhere, anytime. That means whether your trainees are all together in a classroom or scattered all over the country in different time zones, they can still tap into the same course materials, and at a time that’s convenient to them.

 

Regards,

Michael Lipsey