online education

  1. mandiso profile image60
    mandisoposted 4 years ago

    the time wasted on the net makes me wonder since no1 love their books why not persuade more and more people to join an online course where they could learn and share what they hae learnt so let us be wise and do something good out of this advanced tech

  2. recommend1 profile image71
    recommend1posted 4 years ago

    There are millions of online courses out there, the problem is finding a good one.

    For interest only, online courses are used in China to train top local government officials and this appears to be an extremely successful weapon in moderating corruption and bribery.  The courses I have seen talk about responsibilities to people, the 'bigger picture' that teaches all the 'other' damage that bad practice does to the local society and businesses and is seriously pragmatic and effective.

    For western purposes, the courses would be best disguised as games to have any widespread effect.

  3. ronniee profile image60
    ronnieeposted 4 years ago

    If you are planning to go for online education, you must certainly do your homework well. There are a lot of online schools that will provide the degrees but not all of them are genuine and worth your time and money. In order to avoid falling for the wrong college, you must ensure you are looking at the right place. In terms of enrolling for a good college through online education this is your best bet. However, if you know where to look and do your research, you can find a good accredited online college, university for you. Check with local universities to see if they offer online learning, check online, and ask for education online around. Before you know it, you will have the program you need to get you the degree you want.