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Category :: College Articles Author :: Hal McIver 
 
 Article Title :: The University of Phoenix degree program vs. a traditional degree program
 
There are different schools of thoughts advocating either a traditional degree or an online degree. Whereas the goal of education and job marketability remains the same, the point of argument is over the ways in which the goal is attained. You will be better able to reach an effective decision if you weigh the pros and cons of both. A traditional degree requires a student to be physically present for a class at a predetermined location at a specific time. An online education in an accredited institution like the University of Phoenix has been able to make this a non-requirement. You can be anywhere in the world and still access your learning material whenever you find time to d  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Hal McIver 
 
 Article Title :: How does an online university course work?
 
Any online university course has a few prerequisites like a computer, a phone connection, and an Internet Service Provider. With these basics in place, any student anywhere in the world can enroll for the programs being offered by an online university. After enrolling you will typically be given easy-to-use Internet access software to facilitate quick and smooth retrieval of lectures, questions, and assignments. Since there are no time schedules and frames, the instruction material can be downloaded anytime and reviewed offline at your convenience. Online research libraries and services are available from the university to cater to the studentsÂ’ research requi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Hal McIver 
 
 Article Title :: Online university education 101
 
With hectic working lives and the increasing cost of higher education, more and more people are opting for an online university education. You need a computer, a phone connection, and an Internet Service Provider before you register for an online course. Despite those initial requirements however, you can be located anywhere in the world and in any time zone. The University of Phoenix Online is one option that you might consider. The University offers online education in various disciplines and at undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate levels. After you have completed the online registration process, you can download lectures, questions, and assignments at your own convenience   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Hal McIver 
 
 Article Title :: The pros and cons of getting an online university degree
 
The question that is often asked is whether a degree earned through an online institution is worth as much as a degree obtained from a traditional university. Recent studies, including one carried out by the University of Phoenix, have indicated that there is no significant difference between distance learning and classroom learning. However, an online degree has its share of pros and cons. The obvious advantage of an online degree program is that the student can be located anywhere in the world, and yet enroll and pursue a degree course at a leading educational institution, such as the University of Phoenix Online. There are no fixed classroom timings, and it is up to the stude  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Gina J. Hiatt, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: Junior Faculty Balancing Act: Teaching, Part I
 
My website poll of 96 junior faculty members has an unequivocal winner. The poll asks, "What is the hardest part about being a junior faculty member?" Over a third of the respondents chose "Teaching takes up so much time" as their response. Exactly How Time Consuming is Teaching? Surveys of how professors spend their time indicate that professors as a group, from junior to full professors, spend 29-30 hours a week at a minimum on activities related to teaching. Obviously, new faculty, who tend to have a higher teaching load than do full professors, and who are often teaching classes that they have never taught before, probably spend more than 30 hours a week. At some colleges wi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Gina J. Hiatt, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: Get It Out Of Your Head And Into a Mind Map
 
Do you ever feel like you have some great ideas, but when you sit down to write them, they're not so great? Or even worse, you can't really get a sense of what the ideas were? In one of my graduate student coaching groups we have been discussing the difficulty of translating partly formed ideas into words on paper. One technique that makes use of a normally underutilized part of our brain is called "Mind Mapping." What is a Mind Map? Tony Buzan, who created the word "Mind Map" and has written extensively on it, describes it as a powerful graphic technique that makes use of the way our brains naturally work. He says it has four characteristics. 1. The main subject   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Matthew C. Keegan 
 
 Article Title :: The Distance Learning Explosion!
 
A generation ago few would have given much thought to educating themselves apart from a 'brick and mortar' educational institution. Certainly, for several generations, correspondence courses allowed people to gain knowledge while studying in the comfort of their homes, but these schools pale in comparison to entire universities dedicated to instructing students remotely. Let's take a look at this growing phenomenon. Claiming to be the nation's leading online university, the University of Phoenix was among the first accredited universities to provide college degree programs via the Internet. Founded in 1976, the University of Phoenix began offering internet degree programs in 198  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Jeanette S Cates, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: Choose the Delivery Mode for your e-Learning Course
 
There are so many ways to deliver instruction online that the topic warrants its own lesson. In fact, deciding how you are going to deliver a course is critical to the way that you design and develop the course! Your first decision is whether or not you will deliver the course "live" or in a synchronous mode. If you deliver it live, it means that you and the students need to be online at the same time. There are numerous courses delivered this way. One of the oldest models for this is a telephone course. You can also deliver a teleseminar, which is a fancy way of saying a course via telephone. In a teleseminar, everyone calls into a central number where there is a "teleph  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Jeanette S Cates, PhD 
 
 Article Title :: Building Interaction Into Your Online Course
 
You've already decided that you're ready to author online and you have your content organized. Now it's time to face the ultimate challenge in online learning - making it interactive! Interaction in online courses is a two-edged sword. On one hand you want students to participate. This enhances their learning by letting them question and discuss issues in the course. On the other hand, as the instructor, you need to decide the level of interaction you want to have with each student - and build your courses accordingly. As an illustration, let me relate a poor choice I made in a course I wrote several years ago. Because I wanted everyone involved, I required that each stude  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: College Articles Author :: Angela Williams 
 
 Article Title :: Distance Learning: Balancing Your Education and Busy Lifestyle
 
Distance Learning is a priority for most who have already set their lives out in one way or another in that their responsibilities have been laid out, and in quite a few cases, would not allow for regular College schedules. This is taken into consideration when looking for a place to study, and this shouldn't mean below par education. It should mean convenience for those interested in education and furthering their portfolios.Student CommitmentDistance Learning requires a certain amount of commitment as the student must schedule the time to study. This is also reflective in their work as they are not going to afford the time unless genuinely interested in the subject matt  (read full article)
 
 
 
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