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Written by Aida Garcia
The e-campus arrangement is a student's choice and requires that the student focus on time management to complete the requirements for classes. Students develop a calendar of events for submitting assignments and research to draft writings. The classes are open 24/7, unlike the traditional classroom where class is only for a couple of hours. Because access to classes is 24/7, study time is a student's choice, as well. The only classes that are on a set schedule are the lab dates, but they are essentially open to the student on a 24-hour basis.
The e-campus arrangement is good for any type of student, from those that are employed to those that are unemployed. All students have the option of going to e-campus 24/7. Simply put, it is up to the student to access the class or e-campus on his or her schedule. For students who are employed, the e-campus arrangement is an invaluable asset, where students can work any shift and still be able to attend e-campus. It is also good for people returning to the workforce after an illness or absence due to disability or leave of absence. Another great aspect of an online learning experience is that you get to meet any type of student—students from all over the world studying and participating in discussions. The interaction with peers is helpful because it allows different perspectives into the classroom, with each individual heard in the student forum.
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