According to statistics, more than a million students over the age of 50 are likely to enroll in colleges across the country in a year. These seniors are those who have their children well- settled and now have the free time to fulfill their dreams and aspirations or to help the community with their knowledge and skills. Distance education is an ideal opportunity for these seniors to pursue higher education.
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March 30th, 2012
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October 17th, 2011
Online Training in Computer Security is not for everyone. You should be familiar with essential Windows utilization practice, be at ease with shell code encoding, and be able to make use of Linux at large. However, you need not be afraid as there are programs available through online learning for every level. So, should you enroll in an Online Training Course in Computer Security? Yes, if you are up to the challenge.
November 15th, 2010
iPhones are very popular amongst the college students today. If you own one of these devices, make sure you have easy access to these ten unbeatable apps for e-learners, which come handy at all times. Most of you would probably be familiar with the popular ones that the college students use more often and you might have a few favorites of your own. However, the ten apps listed here are, so far, the best for online learners pursuing an online degree.
December 3rd, 2009
With e-learning you can earn your degree at home, on the road or virtually anywhere in the world; all you need is a computer and internet connection. E-learning gives you an extraordinary amount of control over how, when and where you study.
December 1st, 2009
Online Learning can be broadly defined as the use of any electronic technology to create learning experiences. Online learning also known as e-learning is a learning experience delivered via a computer and the internet. However not all online learning is fully-online sometimes there is a combination of online and on-campus attendance requirement so before completing the application process make sure you have a clear understanding about how your program is being offered and if it meet your needs.
November 30th, 2009
Online learning has a variety of learning methods, such as self directed, instructor-led, or blended approach. E-learning takes place via the web and may involve a variety of learning methods, and tools, including audio, video, discussion boards, e-mail, testing, synchronous chat, and web based teleconferencing and other learning technology and devices.