What kind of software (client side or server side) exists for simple distance learning? In other words, two or three people are online with headsets or webcams and there is a canvas area where we can place images, write, and draw freehand as we talk. [more inside]
CCSF offers online beginning Italian, but that's all I'm seeing. I am looking for beginner language classes in any language that is not English or French offered online through a California community college. Can you suggest any? [more inside]
Is there any university (based anywhere in the world, operating in any language) that offers a completely online B.A. program in classics (or specifically in Latin or Greek)?
Living in one foreign country while doing a distance learning program based out of another. Possible? Advisable? [more inside]
My job has offered to pay for some distance learning PHP training to help me move past my beginner-level skills. For this to work best for me, there needs to be a component of homework and accountability (I've done plenty of computer-based training, and it never sticks unless I'm actively practicing the material.) [more inside]
I'm looking for online courses related to emergency management. [more inside]
How reputable is Stautzenberger college's Veterinary Technology program? How about San Juan's distance learning program? [more inside]
Contemplating a return to school to complete those last few credits I need for a particular Bachelor's degree (while working full time). The classes I need can be done through distance learning or night school for the most part, with one exception. [more inside]
More and more states are offering public school students the opportunity to complete their K-12 education entirely online using content/curriculum providers like K12, Inc. What are some things that might lead you to enroll your children in a "virtual school," and what concerns would you have about this form of schooling as you consider it? I'd be interested in hearing from people who have first-hand experience with these types of schools, and well as people who
I currently work and live in Beijing, so don't have the option of studying calculus locally. (At least, I can't study it in English.) I am interested in starting to study calculus for credit (and a grade) in anticipation of my return to the States in two years and applying to graduate school. Can anyone give recommendations or reviews of online calculus classes? [more inside]
Which distance learning institutions in the UK have the best reputations, particularly for web design? [more inside]
PhD at a distance: I want to earn a PhD, but because of family commitments and work, I'm unable to attend a school in person. Some resources please... [more inside]
I have found a grad program I am interested in that seems like a good join between my interests and making money. However, I need to have a little more soc/psych before I begin taking it. I am trying to find online classes to accomplish this but I'm having trouble finding A) affordable and B) online. [more inside]
How was your experience with George Brown College as a distance learner?
Looking for specific techniques to put engaging interaction back into online learning at the university level. [more inside]
How do I broadcast live (video) training online? Most webinar solutions focus on sharing slides + webcam + teleconference. I need streaming video (primarily) + interactivity... not slides. [more inside]
I am in need of examples of successful and attractive e-learning sites, preferably geared towards changing jobs and/or women over forty. Gracias.
Does anyone have experience with taking an online writing workshop? I am trying to make the decision of whether or not this class is right for me before I drop cash money on it. [more inside]
Please help me keep my science education going while I trot around the globe. [more inside]
Have you ever taken correspondence courses? [more inside]
Can you help me find an online programming class that will fulfill my prerequisite for graduate school? [more inside]
Please help me find a respectable university where I can finish my bachelor's degree via distance learning (preferrably online). [more inside]
We have separate campuses and lectures from one are often transmitted from one campus to another so students don't have to travel. Problem: many lecturers use powerpoint projections, filming the lecturer at one end doesn't always show up what's happening on screen, what's being pointed at, etc. [MI] [more inside]
Postgraduate qualifications in International Relations by distance learning: does anyone know of any good schools or courses, I'm thinking probably MSc rather than PhD. Also any experiences with distrance learning gratefully appreciated