October 2007
Online Classroom;Oct2007, p1
The article presents six suggestions for a successful online learning. The these tips are based on a survey of a group of adult students who graduated from online graduate degree programs with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better. They must develop a time-management strategy. Students must make most of online discussions. Students must apply their knowledge in work or in threaded discussions. Make an effort to research and craft questions to engage each student and the instructors.


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