Archive for July, 2009

Collect your past credit for quicker diplomas

Sunday, July 26th, 2009

Many distance learning students get a head start in their e-learning by collecting their old college course credit and transcripts before applying at virtual schools. Not all students know that they can use past education for credit in their distance learning programs. This gives them smaller course load a quicker path to graduation with the credentials you need. Make sure to look which school will accept your past credits so that you can maximize your past efforts towards your new goals.
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Don’t scare employers with Distance Learning

Sunday, July 19th, 2009

Virtual Schools and distance learning has come along way as far as quality, reputation and technological advances go. That does not mean that public perception has changed along with it quite yet. While many employers see the benefits of online study and recognize the diplomas and education earned some old school employers still see “Diploma Mill” certificates that mean nothing to them. They feel that brick and mortar schools are the only way and disregard online learning. If you feel that is your employment case make sure to minimize the emphasis on your resume and when speaking with employers. Talk about the school and not the learning method.
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Not paying too much

Sunday, July 12th, 2009

If you get the education you want while not paying an arm and a leg is the ultimate goal for distance learning students. There is a difference between not over paying and being cheap with your education. A good school will cost you something but it shouldn’t leave you with nothing after you are done. Find a school that has all the courses you need and a diploma that will stand the test of future education and employers. Once you have narrowed your school list find out about grants and loans. Some courses are worth the extra debt or sacrifice to get them while other diplomas can be just as good on a lower budget.
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Connect with peers and professors

Sunday, July 5th, 2009

One of the highlights of distance learning programs is the ability to connect with your fellow e-students and your professors in real time or other messaging services like emails or classroom forums. The ability to connect when it best suits you is a valuable resource for many students. Unfortunately not enough distance learning students take the time the time connect. The students that bother to forge relationships with professor and peers are the ones that excel and find themselves with a wide ranging network of support in their field after graduation.
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