Online Learning Update

May 30, 2012

Online learning summer classes offer advantages, challenges for students

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

by Melanie Mills, Bowling Green News

Campus during the summer looks a lot different — empty parking lots, closed dining facilities and less students running to class. However, other students continue their education by taking summer classes. There are currently 6,465 students registered for the summer semester, and of these, 2,999 are taking at least one online learning class, said University Registrar Christopher Cox. Summer classes are broken up into three different sessions. The first session lasts six weeks, the second eight weeks and the third six weeks, according to the University website. Students take summer classes for a variety of reasons.  They can change their minds, study abroad, take time off and work at different speeds, which makes it nearly impossible to peg summer classes on one factor.

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