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Job Interview Tips for Online Degree Holders

Earning a degree online is not an easy task. It requires a person to be highly-organized and responsible, motivated to study remotely and much more disciplined than a student in the traditional learning setting can be. Many accredited colleges that offer online learning introduce a curriculum, which is not less, or even more rigorous than the regular classrooms have. On …

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The 4 Types Of People Who Should Consider Online Learning

The popularity of K-12 online learning is growing across the United States and the world. Just this August, 29 middle schools and high schools in both the U.S. and India added an online learning option to their repertoire. These schools will work with VHS Collaborative (a non-profit organization that has been providing online courses to students since 1996) to provide a selection …

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10 Homeschooling Trends You Should Know About

Homeschooling has been around for most of recorded history, but hybrid homeschooling is a fairly new phenomenon. For hybrid homeschoolers, education takes on multiple dimensions, combining elements of both homeschooling and traditional schooling to take advantage of the best aspects of both. That means many hybrid homeschooling families study at home, with tutors, take classes with certified teachers, and even pursue outside …

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Online vs In-Person School: The Ultimate Guide To Choosing What’s Right For You

As a high school student, one of the tougher decisions that comes across your plate is answering the question “What are you doing after graduation”? For many years, the question could be answered with one of two responses – either “I’m going to college” or “I’m going to work”. Now, there’s another option in the mix, and not just for …

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Harvard Launches First Free edX Courses Today; Over 100,000 Students Registered

We know you’ve heard a lot about MOOCs lately. And we know you’ve heard about edX, too (especially since we’ve already written a bit about it). Online learning is nothing new, and though Harvard announced the courses way back in July, today is the official start of HarvardX classes. According to the Boston Globe, about 100,000 students have signed up for …

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Who Actually Started Online Education?

While we tend to think of online education as a phenomenon welded largely to the past decade, in reality its history extends significantly further back than that. Think “before the Internet was even a thing that existed.” Experiments in welding computing to the classroom are almost as old as computing itself, with recognizable components of current Internet-based learning roughly (very …

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Should You Bother With Entrepreneurship Courses?

Entrepreneurship has surged in popularity in the last few years as many who faced a brutal job market turned to themselves to create their own jobs. Students too have increasingly looked to build an entrepreneurial foundation in hopes of starting their own venture after graduation, and colleges are responding in kind by integrating their own entrepreneurship curricula. But can entrepreneurship really …

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5 Tips From Successful Online Students

In the age of MOOCs, degrees which give you the option to take some classes ‘distance’, and other programs that are all-online, many people are considering the pros and cons of taking classes on the internet. If you’ve never taken a class online before, the concept might seem too good to be true – no worrying about getting to class on …

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6 Free Web Tools To Get An International Education

For kids today, learning from encyclopedias are a thing of the past.  These days, children have a wealth of opportunities to learn about parts of the world they could only dream about visiting – and they are available any time of the day or night. Today, your child can visit websites geared toward teaching kids about journalism, global travel, foreign …

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4 Ways Online Learning Makes A Difference

The Internet has made many things possible that would have been difficult to imagine just a few decades ago. People are able to find information on almost any subject in a few seconds, and more people are able to educate themselves as a result. Many people have also found more opportunities for education through developments in online education. Accredited universities …

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