Distance Learning and Online Courses
Although distance learning has been in existence for decades, it has only taken off in recent years. This is because distance learning (also known as remote learning or online classes) offers amazing opportunities for a wide variety of today's students.
For one thing, increasingly demanding work and family schedules have made online classes the only reasonable option for many students. Distance learning is a great advantage for students who live in remote locations with no physical access to institutions of higher learning.
Taking online courses is also appealing to many students who are returning to school after a long absence. Many of these students need to earn an advanced degree before they can be considered for a promotion at work. In such cases, there is often little desire to engage in real-time, face-to-face learning opportunities; the students just want to earn their tickets to career advancement. Other students simply want to expand their own personal knowledge base, and distance learning lets them do so from the comfort of their homes.
Some students prefer distance learning because of the stream-lined format offered by most online universities. Requirements are generally very clear: every student knows exactly what s/he will be responsible to turn in; deadlines are set right from the beginning; and the grading system is objective.
However, distance learning comes with its own particular challenges. Almost every class has an online discussion forum, where students are expected to read and respond to a set number of postings per week. This can be tricky, especially when there are numerous threads for dozens of different conversations. Most classes also have team project requirements for which groups of three or four students need to find a way to work together, remotely, to produce papers or PowerPoint Presentations. The difficulties in this process are obvious.
Finally, given the brief span of most distance learning courses (most are only a few weeks long), most students feel like they are just getting into the swing of things when the class is halfway over.
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