Online Learning Update

May 21, 2017

College Connection: Many options for intellectually curious students

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:05 am

by Susan Alaimo, My Central NJ

High school students in New Jersey can sit at home on their computers and take courses such as Medical Neuroscience from Duke University, Introduction to Computer Science & Programming from M.I.T., Understanding Research Methods from the University of London, or ParticlePhysics from the University of Geneva. These are just a sample of the thousands of college courses that are offered through online services from many of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the U.S. and 28 other countries. Students are typically able to explore lectures and nongraded material at no cost. However, there is often a charge if students submit assignments to be graded or if students want to receive a certificate upon completion of a course.

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