Distance Learning Tips and helpful links will be provided in the near future. Please, check back soon. In the mean time you can ask yourself the question:
It For Me?
Distance Learning is not for everyone. Distance learning in many
cases provides students greater flexibility. This flexibility includes freeing
students from the constraints of travel or relocation, affording them opportunities
to take courses otherwise non-accessible due to scheduling or physical constraints.
As a result, students have more control over their own learning, successful
completion will depend on the individual student's self-discipline and commitment
to the course or program. In general, a successful distance learner is someone
- wants or needs a flexible school
- knows how to study independently.
- is goal oriented & self directed.
- has college level reading &
- establishes a regular viewing/log
- sets aside a specific time on
a routine basis for studying.
- contacts the professor promptly
with questions about any aspect of the course.
If you want to test your ability
to become a successful distance learning student, take the Self