Tag: online education
Online courses are great for self-motivated individuals who want to learn new skills and advance their careers without dropping their commitment to their job and/or family. Getting education online will also save you tons of money since you’ll avoid having to pony up even a fraction of the 10-30 thousand dollars required on average for a traditional education.
It’s not surprising that more and more schools are offering degrees earned entirely online, or that more and more university students are enrolling in web-based courses. Considering the upward trend of online schooling, will physical colleges ever be rendered obsolete? Top10OnlineColleges.org explores this in the following infographic.
Between the popularity of sharing information online and the rising cost of traditional education, an increasing number of free learning alternatives are being offered. Varsity Tutors looks at the rise of online education in the following infographic.
The now ubiquitous online learning was pretty much an alien just a decade back. Educators and policy makers were largely skeptical about digital learning, and many predicted that digital learning is just a fad that will die out in due course of time. But that was not to be. Someone rightly said – College, except for the parties, needs to be less place-based.
This infographic aims to help prospective MBA students decide which MBA program concentration is right for them. It poses many interesting ideas to get creative juices flowing, so that effective self-reflection may be achieved. Knowing your interests, where you want to be in 10 years, and understanding your past experiences are just a few of the suggestions that this infographic poses.
As mobile devices march toward ubiquity, they’re finding their way into the hands of our earliest learners. Just as parents and educators questioned the quality of children’s television content in its early days, so are they beginning to ask questions about the quality of mobile device content aimed at children. This infographic by emeeyou presents a case for evidence-based mobile app education during early childhood.
In the past 10 years, and even more recently, Higher Education Industry has changed drastically, and it’s changed at hyperspeed with much of the change coming from technology. MOOC’s (Massive Open Online Courses) 100% online institutions have made kids think about brick and mortar institutions in a new light. On top of that, student loan debt has surpassed credit card debt in the United States. More and more students are looking and thinking of their financial capabilities as a leading factor in their choices.
College students today are older, more diverse and have more work and family obligations to balance. Today, nearly 40 percent of college enrollments are adults over the age of 25, a percentage that’s expected to grow by 20 percent by the year 2020. How are working adults fitting school into their already busy schedules?
One of the most valued aspects of online learning schools is that you can do it at home, in your local coffee shop, library and just about anywhere your heart desires. Working students, parents and active-duty military worldwide benefit from this particular feature of online learning. So, with this in mind, Allied Schools surveyed around 70 of their students, asking them questions about their study habits. They transformed the survey results into this infographic on the Study Habits of Online Students.
Online education has experienced a boom in the last several years. More and more students, young and old are enrolling in some type of online classes, and even Bill Gates thinks the future of education is distance learning.. The following infographic from Independence University looks at whether online education is right for you.
Does your company want to reach college students? How’s that going for you? There are over 20 million college students and they spend over $16 billion online each year. With numbers that size, it’s worth some time and extra effort. SheerID asked college students how they are doing and how they can do it better and worked it into an infographic.
A college education costs thousands of dollars, but that might all be changing. If you’re headed off to a university soon or know someone who is, you’ll want to read about the latest trends in higher education and learn more about online education. The following infographic takes a peek at the online education boom.