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Thursday, 10 October 2013

Online Courses


Depending on where you are in the world, you have the opportunity to take courses online for your desired subject. Online learning can be good and bad, mostly because of the learning intent in which you are under. Studying online can limit you from such things like, getting an instant response from a trainer or teacher, having to wait to receive feedback on the work you are completing or even asking a friend of yours for some help.

Some of the positive areas of taking online courses can be, completing courses when you want, can enjoy your day and work at night, browse the internet for answers or even going to the restroom whenever you want! Although this sounds great, your results in the course could be impacted by the area in which you are studying or working either by loud noises, phones or even getting called up by friends and getting asked to go out. Taking courses online also saves you from having to travel far distances to and from the workplace each and every day.

In the end, it’s up to you whether or not you choose an online course, or decide to go back into a course which is studied in a University or College. With freedom comes great responsibility, be sure to maintain your work ethic and set goals to complete tasks each day, not leave it all to the last minute.


  1. Always wanted to take online courses, none available in my state though :/

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