College Junior 2013-11-30T00:19:04Z
classes are a bit over welling at times, but what school isn't? i think it is best to push yourself some times. the class sizes do not matter in an online class since we all interact together via chat rooms which are mandatory for all students in the class. my professors so far have been very helpful, i believe they are more helpful in online classes since they can get to every student and do have an extreme time limit on when they can critic work or answer questions.
College Freshman 2013-11-29T23:19:23Z
Very interactive and friendly one on one help.
College Sophomore 2013-11-26T01:15:08Z
It's awesome with a lot of resources but hard to find help quickly since you are on your own speed. But over all it teaches you to keep working hard for that grade instead of being on a live campus with every turn you can talk to someone for something.
College Sophomore 2013-11-25T01:04:14Z
I love being able to review videos and lectures at anytime of the day. I am able to do everything on my own time. The workload feels about the same, and it's at a good pace. The school helps you pick classes and recommends which ones you should be looking at to take next. The teachers usually respond within 12 hours and as far as peer-to-peer interaction, it all depends. You should always try to interact, respond, and critique all peers, although it feels like a fair share don't put in their efforts to interact.
College Sophomore 2013-11-21T18:47:09Z
The online courses are wonderful. Each module is broken up to an easy to follow format which allows you to retain information easier. You have access to two modules a week, one that you are currently on and one for you to start working ahead. The class modules are straight forward and all of your assignments are at the end with full descriptions. Once you log in you're able to see your classes and on them there are little colored "lights" in red, green, and yellow. Whichever one is next to your course indicates how well you're doing in class. Workload is moderate with two to three assignments for the week (depending on your course). Everything is turned in at a specific discussion topic area and will be labeled specifically for that weeks assignments. You also have general discussion topics that your instructor will post. These discussions make you think about your connections with your classes to the real world. Your professor also participates in these discussions to carry on the educational conversation and point out some things you may have missed. Among the discussions there are three always available. One for the instructors office where you can post your questions about assignments, another named student lounge where you and your classmates can talk about whatever whenever, and last there is the late folder where you turn in your late assignments. Depending on your instructor there could be more.
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