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Thanks to high-speed Internet, faster computers, and incredibly smart software, you can now earn a college degree from virtually anywhere in the world. More and more schools now offer distance-learning programs at every educational level, from associate to doctoral. The demand is there, and schools across the globe are responding.

But many students out there are a bit sceptical about e-learning. And that’s understandable, given the newness of online education. However, with technology at a premium, there’s no need to second-guess. Earning a degree online is both valuable and convenient, not to mention just as effective as the traditional model.

So how does it all work, one might ask? We’ve put together a brief overview of what an online class is like to help you better understand the e-learning experience.

What to Expect

Once enrolled in an accredited online course you’ll be guided through your courses by your instructors. You’ll receive all the information you need, from course details, pace expectations, and required materials. Students will also be provided information on how to log-in and navigate the course space.

But besides email, how do instructors interact and communicate with online students? Blackboard and other course management software make it easy for teachers to post announcements, conduct lectures, and upload tests and quizzes.

As an online student, you’ll be required to participate and successfully complete all assignments. Taking classes online does not mean you procrastinate or take it easy. Online courses require the same dedication, participation, and commitment to learning as on-campus courses:

  • You’ll be expected to log into your classes frequently. Since you are not required to meet once or twice a week in a classroom, instructors will expect students to log on as much as possible to stay on top of their studies.
  • Just like a traditional class, you’ll be expected to complete assignments and quizzes according to the course schedule.
  • Many online classes require students to engage in discussion forums to connect with other classmates. Discussion forums are often moderated by the instructor and are an integral part of your online course experience. Take full advantage of these forums. Not only will you be exposed to a multitude of perspectives, but you’ll almost certainly make friends and have fun doing it.

Keys to Success

 As a student, it’s important that you set goals for yourself and stick to them, regardless if you’re enrolled in an online program or a face-to-face one. Setting goals keeps you on top of your game and online programs are just as rigorous as the traditional versions. Make it a habit to log on each day to ensure you know what’s expected of you.

It’s also essential to take full advantage of all the resources and programs available to students. Some online schools offer clubs and organizations of all kinds. Student government, foreign-language clubs, and other networks provide students an opportunity to engage in academic discussions and participate in activities concerning a broad range of topics. Stay involved and stay engaged! You never know who you might meet and connect with.