By J. Mason
Online Learning Tips Editor
Being an online learner doesnâ€™t mean you have to spend all of your time learning alone. There are a few ways to insert peer interaction into your studies. For some it's as simple as finding a public wifi spot so you can work with the buzz of people around you. Other students need a real-time connection to other students. This way you get the collegiate experience even when you canâ€™t see all the other people learning around you.
By Dr. Bruce A. Johnson
Online Learning Tips, Guest Contributor
From the first day that an online student begins their class they often are required to hit the ground running. This means they are expected to be self-motivated and learn all of the rules, policies, and procedures immediately. However, the most essential ingredient to their success is sustained self-motivation, perseverance, and persistence.Â
By Ryan Laspina
Senior Specialist, Red Flags and External Reviews
Since you are never too old to pursue a college degree, nontraditional students can make up a significant portion of the student body, especially in graduate level programs. While older students are usually wiser, there are still numerous tips that can benefit them.