There are several easy ways to help you stay ahead and make good grades in the online classroom. Find out more.
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How To Get Better Grades In Online Classes

October 12th, 2016 by

Young Man With ComputerMost college students want to make the best grades possible, but some find themselves challenged due to a wide range of variables. These often include poor study habits, procrastination, and many others. Read more to find tips on how to meet and overcome some of the top challenges online students face.[...] Read More...

Free Open Online Courses Approved for Transferable College Credit

January 2nd, 2014 by

The National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS) has added six courses that are provided by the Saylor Foundation to their list of courses that are recommended for potential transferable credit, bringing the total courses to nine. Students taking and passing a proctored exam in these courses could earn themselves as many as twenty-eight credits that may be transferred to college credits.[...] Read More...

Lynda Weinman Discusses Online Education

February 28th, 2013 by

When most people think of online education, they immediately think of college courses offered through online institutes and universities. However, it is important to realize that online education is a much broader industry. Even if you have never heard of Lynda Weinman until now, you have probably heard of her 20-year old company, Lynda.com. This website offers online courses in everything from using Photoshop to learning a new language, and it is one of the key players in restructuring the way that we think about education.[...] Read More...

Barnes and Noble to be the next leaders in Online Education?

January 29th, 2013 by

Recent news sources show that the Pearson education company invested millions into research for the Nook, a tablet primarily owned by Barnes and Noble. An article on the Online Education Blog claims that this transaction is a sign of Nook tablets being used more often in educational settings, and perhaps even one day replacing textbooks altogether.[...] Read More...