Have you long wanted or needed to increase your level of education with a college degree? Perhaps, you have desired a degree for your own personal satisfaction or because you have found it difficult to advance in your work field without one.
One of the best blessings to come from the Internet is the ability to now obtain a college education online. For practically everyone, this is a Godsend.
For instance, graduating high school seniors now have a choice of attending college on a campus, obtaining an education via their home computer, or a combination of both.
And adults, most of whom have been established in the work market for a number of years, and who wish to obtain more education but find their time challenged in rushing from work to school to do so, can now easily attend their classes in the comfort of their own home.
The incredibly consistent growth of Internet access is driving many colleges to offer online education. Additionally, this adds another source of income for the schools as well.
Eventually, most colleges (if not all) will be forced to offer online education if for no other reason than that they will lose both market share and profits to their competitors who offer online college classes.
Already, over half the entire United States population is Internet accessible, with even a larger number of people having online access worldwide.
Colleges with online access now give students far more campus interaction through various online discussion groups that are directly related to particular courses. This is an opportunity for virtual tutoring in real time without leaving your dorm room or campus computer lab.
Online access also greatly allows for a deeper-seated interest and increase in proactive learning for students, with the possible end result being a greater improved, more learned and a better industry prepared graduating college senior.
Approximately 90% of four-year colleges and universities now offer online courses, which asserts the demand that previous boundaries for learning have been greatly expanded.
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Kenny Love is publisher and editor of "The Educaterer," a self-help and life improvement newsletter. Get details at the newsletter site at http://yahoogroups.com/group/educaterer and the blog site at http://www.educaterer.blogspot.com
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