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Are online books as good as physical books in terms of reading?
Reading on paper (physical books) is slightly better than online, but it comes down to personal preferences. In most cases, students have a choice.
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When considering online education, you might wonder about the quality of online programs. Is the quality of learning the same on-campus and online?
If the course is designed properly, learning occurs equally well in both online and campus delivery methods.
Some companies have a bias against online degrees, to some extent, but it should diminish as more individuals with online degrees enter the job market, with hiring managers more exposed to and aligned towards online learning themselves.
Online degrees are in no way less...
Online course development is a relatively new learning technique, and regular brick and mortar universities did not traditionally have any resources allocated in their operating budget.
Over time, this cost disparity may fade away as online learning becomes a regular part of the budget, a...
Online learning gives us a choice and is a flexible virtual approach to learning, but it is not easier or faster, and one still has to learn. It is convenient due to zero commute time, no parking hassles and savings in daily expenses, but it still requires time and effort.
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Skipping a whole page, reading in 5-minute spurts or skimming to find the most interesting parts and then go deep and slow on those.
Reading books this way can be powerful on a few levels:
In an experiment, students were given Ted Talks to watch and were told to take notes, half with laptops, the other with pen and paper.
It is best to think of choices as preferences that stem from subjective personal tastes. A decision, on the other hand, is a commitment to action that occurs after one becomes aware of their choice.
Any disconnect between what some...
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