Recent Alumnus 2013-03-28T18:15:05Z
Online classes can be very convenient if you manage your time wisely. I usually take my electives or history online. I wouldn't recommend science, literature, or math online. The student/professor relationship is fine, my professors still know me by face. However, I don't really know any of the students in the online courses. We have opportunities to comment on each others blogs, I rarily take the chances to communicate with other students.
College Senior 2012-10-07T13:24:24Z
In an online class you typically only have to email the teacher and keep up with the emails they send you to keep up with your course work. whereas in a regular classroom setting you have to do the work at a readily speed with everyone else in the class.
Recent Alumnus 2012-05-29T00:37:41Z
Online Vs Classroom – The online classes are easier for a busy person, they can work at their own pace and on their own time. However, some people learn better when they are in a classroom.
Recent Alumnus 2011-12-25T07:53:56Z
Online Class – Online classes are a lot harder because you don't have someone telling you what to do constantly. Online classes don't have a specific time, so you always have to make time. You have to constantly check your e-mail and class site for new information provided by the teacher. You tend to do things by the chapter so it's important that you read it and comprehend it.
Recent Alumnus 2010-05-26T15:42:01Z
Do Not Get Lazy – I enjoy the online classes I have taken because of my work schedule. The same experience is available via computer as is in a classroom. The only issue is keeping up. New notes and assignments are posted more often than in a classroom. As long as you aren't lazy, the classes are easy.
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