For anyone who thinks that online degrees are easy, try staying motivated and on track to finish classes with demanding reading, writing, and conversational demands. Online classes require a lot of self-motivation and discipline. I can also attest that posting online in a discussion is not always as "safe" as it is presented to be. If you are in a classroom and you have nothing to say, or you haven't completed the assignment, you can often just "lay low" and no one will notice. When you are required to contribute to conversations on line each week, lack of preparation or critical thinking becomes obvious very quickly. Certainly not all online classes are good...but then, neither are all face-to-face classes. I'm glad to see that online education is finally being acknowledged as at least as effective as face-to-face classrooms.
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