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Problems in distance learning

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Institutes while offering you the course for distance learning make immense promises regarding their quality of online video lectures and the material which will be provided to you for yourself studies but the main problem is that very few stand right on their promises. Their books are not clear. The videotapes they provide are not up to the mark and moreover they have a lot of hiden costs involved.
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DETC Approved by CHEA and USDE

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

There is some conflict between the DETC [Distance Education Training Council] and regionally accredited schools, a third of attempted transfers to regionally accredited schools were rejected in results of a DETC study. To be sure your transcript and credit from DETC is fully acceptable to them should you plan to transfer for further studies, the Higher Education Transfer Alliance database will show which schools accept accreditation from schools approved by CHEA [Council for Higher Education Accreditation] and USDE [United States Department of Education], which does include DETC.
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Avoid Choosing the wrong school.

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

The biggest challenge a virtual or distance learning student has is choosing the right school for their studies. The biggest pitfall that students find is when they sign up with “Diploma Mill” schools that just suck all your money and give you a useless diploma that will have no value for you career or further study. Choosing a proper accredited virtual school is the best choice a student can make. Make sure to do your background check on all schools you have picked out and make sure that your diploma will account towards credit in other regional schools or your employer.
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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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