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March 18 2017 3:38 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Of-course we can say that in future Online Education will be the only education that we will see all over the world. The institutions those are providing online education are doing a great job by providing online education to people all over the world. This has several advantages for example, students from all over the world will get the same quality of education in the same amount. The concept of high quality education for rich and low quality education for the poor will be wiped out. This will create a strong bond between humanity and people will see each other as equal human beings.

On the other hand if we see the case of the education that we are receiving today, we can see that it has created a lot of discomfort in the world of education and also have categorized students as rich ones and poor ones. This is one of the main reasons we see almost negligible students receive Honorary Degree. There is nothing done by a student to honor him or her. We need to create students who can thing, who can bring new ideas to change the world. For this reason the online education system is being appreciated.
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June 8 2017 10:10 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
I think there is a lot of possible advantages of online learning. First of all it's convenience and flexibility schedule flexibility, ease of accessibility, Range of options, Students control study time. secondly, it is Student enrichment: chance for interaction
Secondly -Online courses may be less intimidating than the brick-and-mortar classroom setting, and could help to increase student interaction, Online communications, time to absorb material.
Thirdly it is cost-effective choices Money saving option: Students may be able to save money by not having to physically attend classes (read here).
Online courses may help individuals cut down or eliminate costs of transportation, babysitting, and other expenses incurred by attending classes in a traditional setting. No more expensive textbooks: some web-based classes may not require physical textbooks, as reading materials may be available either through the school's own library or their partnerships with e-libraries and other digital publishers. E-textbooks might offer substantial savings for students, adding up to hundreds of dollars a year.
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the spammers are now debating each other. this is great.
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How did this happen?
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June 8 2017 12:51 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Lifetime74

How did this happen?

The Cube has become mischievous. For this I am grateful.

I wonder if they will ever mention the time cube lol
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PAHC's got some pretty good bot AI, would read again
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Time Husk
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August 30 2017 5:17 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Yes, I believe online learning is becoming a major player in education. We are seeing tremendous growth in online course delivery and self paced learning and it's showing no signs of slowing down.

From universities, adult vocational colleges and business, online course delivery is growing in popularity.

It still has a long way to go, and whether it will totally replace face-to-face learning is a contentious issue. But as technology improves and instructors gain access to more interactive mediums of course delivery who knows where it will stop?

Even 10 years ago who would have thought you would be able to have access to a full video course via your phone. Technology is evolving at a ligthening pace. Look at smart-watch technology! Will we be watching video and interacting with our instructors and fellow students Dick Tracey style in the future?

The education we have now makes students hate their colleges and get some help elsewhere (it is a serious problem, and there is no much to talk, just look here

I believe online course delivery is something to be embraced.
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October 6 2017 4:25 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Do you feel like every day at school is a new struggle? Like everyone other than you understands the material and does well on the tests? Like you want just one day where you can sit in class without feeling like you're behind? Online education is a good opportunity to improve your skills. You can even get coursework help online click here for link if you need it. You can use the help of online writers when you don't have time to write numerous written assignments or when you combine work with study.
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