Online Learner's Guide to Catastrophe
December 9, 2014
Written by Dr. Angela M. Gibson, professor at American Public University
If you are an online college student, you have joined the ranks of 7.1 million e-learners in the United States taking at least one online course (Allen & Seaman, 2013). Approximately one in three of all those in higher education are enrolled in an online class.
Online learning makes it possible to pursue higher education goals anywhere there is Internet access. It’s also ideal for students with time constraints, such as those with shift work or unpredictable family and caretaker obligations.
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