Wednesday, November 9, 2016

5 Bad Habits for Online Courses - Ian Acosta, Uloop

Online courses are becoming extremely popular in college curricula these days. In a number of ways, online courses provide students more flexibility and convenience, and also allow professors to not have to spend hours per week on lecturing, allowing them to put more time toward personalized office hours or other research. With online courses, students are free to have more independence and utilize their time as they wish which allows them to put the appropriate amount of time toward the course as they see fit. It is an interesting dynamic for sure. If you are not used to self-studying, online courses may seem like a bit of a hurdle at first but, just like any other course, are not impossible to overcome. Here are some pitfalls to avoid so that you succeed outside of the traditional classroom.

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