The latest news on online education
Taking my first test, I realize how easy it is to cheat in an online course.
Low-income students often lack access to necessary technology, in what's called the "digital divide."
A "mini MBA" program can provide lessons in marketing and entrepreneurship.
I scrambled to make my first discussion board deadline, getting my post in with 15 minutes to spare.
Colleges are pressured to increase tuition for online programs due to costs associated with development and delivery.
Beware of accreditation mills, which provide a false sense of legitimacy.
Nearly a quarter of respondents said the quality of online programs is poor.
I passed on the apps and turned to old-fashioned flashcards instead.
The report says private companies make decisions to boost profits, not improve quality for students.
Time management is tough when you have to study online and maintain a career.