Archive for the ‘Distance learning’ Category


Saturday, March 27th, 2010

People have a certain misconception about distance learning which is that distance learning is suppose to be entirely self study with just the availability of virtual study materials. But in fact, this does not hold true anymore. With the introduction of peer to peer networks, students have been able to communication to their instructors and gain access to their explanations and advise as to how about studying their material.
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Friday, March 12th, 2010

The ideology of distance learning came into complete propitious use by the end of late 90s. By this time, distance learning in UK was commonly termed as virtual universities. The success of distance learning comes from the fact that since then 10 more virtual universities have been established on the lands of Europe, under the cooperative support of European Commission.
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Is distance learning better?

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

Whether the concept of distance learning is good depends from person to person. It depends upon your ability as to how much is your grasping power. Some distance learning courses are also available through internet. So if you are capable enough to grasp through them, then distance learning will work wonders for you. It also depends whether your institute can provide you with the curriculum which you want and are good at studying.
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Is Distance Learning As Good As Traditional Learning?

Monday, September 7th, 2009

Studies by Searcy and Others (1993) and Nixon (1992) were conducted to determine whether students learning was as good as traditional education when achieved via distance education. Neither found significant difference in average GPAs between the formats though Searcy found student completion rates might be higher in the traditional sections, thus raising questions concerning factors impeding student course completion: students needing more guidance or more extensive interaction with faculty and the issue of technology access as it might affect low-income, minority students.
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Avoid Procrastinating in distance learning

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Since most courses online offer to learn at your own pace it becomes easy to forget about your school work and focus on other things. Many students find it challenging to keep focused on their work and studies. Too many students never complete their given course or diploma because their lives are simply too busy or they lack the discipline and motivation to succeed in their studies. If you plan to study online and at a self paced program make sure to set some goals and deadlines or you may find yourself struggling to complete your course.
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Don’t forget to use the Internet

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

If you signed up for a distance learning program with courses held using the latest technology and a e-learning environment and you need help with your course projects don’t forget to use the Internet as a resource. Many distance learning students get caught up in contacting peers and professor and forget all about the powers of search engines and industry forums. There are many different resources online to help you achieve your goals if you just search them out. Research your course studies on the Internet thoroughly.
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