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  • Wiki What? The 5 Best Wikis for Online Students

    You may have heard of the term “Wiki” but have no idea what it is. What exactly is a Wiki, how can you use a Wiki in your online classes, and what are the 5 best ones? A Wiki is a website or application where you can quickly create, add, update, modify, revise, collaborate, track,…

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  • 5 Reasons You Can’t Afford to NOT Get Your Degree

    In the past, people might have gotten a decent job with just a high school diploma, but let’s face it, the times have changed and keep changing faster and faster as the college degree today has become the high school diploma of the past. This makes going to college today and getting a degree to…

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  • 3 Things To Do After You Earn Your Associate Degree Online

    Hopefully, just before you earn your associates degree online, you will already have many job offers and or have already accepted a job. But, let’s be honest, these are hard economic times and very few college students have jobs before they graduate. Also, you may want to go on and start working on your bachelors…

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  • 5 Ways to make a Positive and Lasting Impression With Your Online Professor(s)

    Starting off on the right foot in any professional or personal event should always be positive. The same can be said for your online academic classes. You can do this by always making a positive and lasting impression with your online professor(s). Here are 5 ways you can do this. 1. Tuning in ALL Assignments…

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  • Online Class Discussions

    In being an online student working on my PhD and teaching online classes over the past few years, I have noticed that most of the learning occurs in the online class discussions. More specifically, critical thinking skills are mostly developed this way. Please read my previous blog post on critical thinking, “Critical Thinking Skills for…

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