Online Learning Update

April 30, 2014

Online college success: Expert advice for preparing & prospering in a virtual space

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:02 am

By Mario Matus, Navy Times

Active-duty troops and veterans tend to be nontraditional students — more likely to be married, to have children and to hold down a job while going to school. That’s why many choose to pursue a degree online. The discipline, commitment and planning behaviors inherent in military service make troops a good fit for online education. But military students and veterans often need guidance to adapt from getting hands-on, in-the-moment training to completing reading assignments, written essays and final exams in an online environment. Arizona State University Online developed a list of critical success factors that veterans and active-duty service members should follow to make the most of their online learning experiences.

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