Online Learning Blog Posts

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Are Online Degrees Respected?

by Sonya Krakoff

When adults are considering going back to school, and have begun looking into their options - both on-campus and online - one of the biggest questions that comes up is, "are online degrees respected?"  READ MORE >>

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Is the Cost of an Online Degree Worth It?

by Sonya Krakoff

Many questions about the benefits of online education (such as, is the cost of an online degree worth it?) arise when adults are trying to decide on the next move in their higher education journies. We've listed some of the most common questions adult ask - and give the answers - to help you sift through your options, eliminate confusion and doubt, and make the right decision for you. READ MORE >>

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What's Your Learning Style?

by Sonya Krakoff

Learning is different for every individual: what works for one person won't work for another. Having a clear sense of your learning style is one of the key factors to ensuring your success in your degree program, whether it's online or on-campus.  READ MORE >>

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Online vs. Traditional Education: Which One Is Right For You?

by Sonya Krakoff

The biggest choice most adult learners face is deciding whether to attend an online college or attend on-campus classes. To help you understand the pros and cons of each, we've broken down the key factors to consider for each of them.  READ MORE >>

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Disruption: Education Done Right

by Mika Nash

Disruptive innovations are, by design, meant to cause people to think completely differently about something - a product, a behavior, a demographic, a service. Education, done right, does just that.  READ MORE >>

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True Online Learning: Why Accessibility and Accountability Matter

by Mika Nash

Done right, online education is one of the most accessible, affordable and effective educational options available to students today - but students must be supported in seeking access to an educational experience that will see them through to graduation.  READ MORE >>