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Are on-line Schools worth the..... Time and Effort and Money? Does anyone here Know? Just asking oh make this a "Sex Blog"... wanna fuck?

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Feb 4 @ 8:49AM  
I think they are my sis is doing it to get her G.E.D.. better then her going back to school to get that diploma...

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Feb 4 @ 8:56AM  
I know lots of people that have taken online courses. You can do it on your own time and don't have to use gas to drive anywhere

Feb 4 @ 9:09AM  
I have seen research on education, college in particular. The findings are not so much online or not, but rather the nature of the institution. Many traditional universities offer online courses and degree plans now. The firepower of being able to list a degree from Harvard is just as powerful regardless of if some courses were taken online or in the lecture hall.

The thing to be wary of is the University of Phoenix and its clones. They are expensive and many employers do not recognize them as "real" degrees. The other thing is that frequently many of the credits for courses you take at these schools will not be transferable or recognized at a traditional university. If the school advertises on television, beware.

Feb 4 @ 9:13AM  
I did a blog last summer on this very subject and it includes some stats. It may help you.

Feb 4 @ 11:07AM  
Yes I do.. the line forms here..

Feb 4 @ 11:28AM  
I know quite a few ppl who have done online schooling and they all say it was an excellent idea. Now if you are the type of person who can't stay focused for very long it might not work for you because it would take forever to finish. I considered doing it myself for awhile and was even thinking of doing the medical transcription training online

Feb 4 @ 12:25PM  
I dunno, I think it'd be easier to cheat and have someone else do the work for you to pass.....yanno?

Feb 16 @ 4:31PM  
Some online schools are very good. The techonolgy is getting better. Depends what you're looking for - just a class, a certification, degree, etc. If it's for self-enrichment, a school like universal class is good - lot of offerings and not too expersive - I have taken their classes. If you're into something like holestic health then Clayton College is really good. You have to hone in on what you want out of it and then research. There are synchronous and ascynchronous programs - synchronous are live scheduled online classes with instructors. Most online programs are asyncrhronous - meaning independent self-study. No matter what you want to do, be sure the program has a feedback mechanism so that you get intstructor feedback via email. Be sure that you also get an opportunity to apply what you learn and that you are given assignments and quizzes and tests to test your knowledge and skill. I speak from experience - learning is my life and my livlihood. I create online courses and programs.

Feb 16 @ 4:53PM  
I still reiterate that one must make damned sure that any credits will transfer to a traditional mainstream university. For many employers the University of Who? is the University of Nothing. Most traditional mainstream educational institutions offer online classes. As an employment counsellor I saw too many people that made a bad choice and had nothing to show for it but debt and buyer's remorse.

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On-line Schools (rev.)