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Your Online Degree: From Selecting a School to Graduating

Deciding on an online degree is a major decision and should not be taken lightly. You are investing time and money on your future. Many students who do not plan ahead or properly simply drop out and this is a waste of time and money.

If you are considering an online degree or just taking some classes for licensing, this book will take you from having an idea to attend an online school to graduating. The information will help you understand the types of schools available and how you can find the right one for you. You will also find some useful tips for success.

Essential Guide to Online Learning

The expert advice in the Essential Guide to Online Learning will help you become a more effective online learner—whether you are a seasoned online student or are new to the online environment. While enrollments in online programs continue to grow rapidly, many students have questions about how to make the most of their academic experience. The Essential Guide to Online Learning is filled with practical tips you can implement right away and is written in an approachable style. Whatever you encounter in your online endeavor, the Essential Guide to Online Learning can help you meet it with success.

The Online Degree Advisor’s: Ultimate Guide to Online Law School

Choosing an online law school is a daunting task. With each school proclaiming that they are the best, who can you trust? The Ultimate Guide to Law Schools is written by the same people who brought you The Online Degree Advisor. Get honest advice and the most important information so you can choose the school that is best for you. It is now possible to earn your law degree online and qualify to sit for the California State Bar Exam. Find out which of the online schools have the best Bar pass rates, which school has the best tuition, and which school has the most dynamic teaching methods.

The Online Student’s User Manual: Everything You Need To Know To Be A Successful Online College Student

If you are considering enrolling in an online university, there are plenty of books that will help you decide on the right school or find the money you need to finance your higher education. But if you want answers to all your other questions too, The Online Student User’s Manual takes you where no other manual has gone before-deeply into the online learning experience. Not sure if you have enough computer skills or know how to navigate in cyberspace? Intimidated by all the new terminology? The Online Student User’s Manual will allay your fears and frustrations, as it provides you with information that will make you able to successfully traverse the online halls of learning. Author Diane Hamilton, Ph.D., who teaches bachelor-, master-, and doctoral-level courses for six online universities, has taken her years of experience with first-time students to create a user-friendly manual filled with enough how to’s and valuable advice to make you a truly successful student.

Online College Secrets: What You Need To Know About Online Degrees Before You Enroll

Thinking About An Online Degree?

• Not sure if your employer will accept your degree?
• Worried about high costs and large student debt?
• Not sure if a school is a “degree mill” or legit?
• Confused by all the different accreditation?
• Wondering if studying online is right for you?

This Book Will Help You:

• Find a reputable school that employers respect
• Demystify accreditation
• Understand how online programs differ from traditional classes
• Keep costs down, reduce your course load, and avoid “degree mills”
• Choose a program that is right for you

“In short, it’s a must read for those interested or thinking about pursuing their academic goals over the internet.” – Robert Hones

About the Authors:

Dr. Tom Trzyna – has taught at American private and public universities for over 35 years. He has served as a senior administrator at two colleges and created di

Motivating and Retaining Online Students: Research-Based Strategies That Work

Finally, the first research-based book of sound strategies and best practices to help instructors motivate students to complete their online courses.

Although studies support the effectiveness of learning online, students often fail to complete online courses. Some studies have found that as many as 50–70% drop out of their online courses or programs. Retention is not only a growing expectation and imperative, but it is also as opportunity for faculty members to take the lead in innovating, researching, and implementing new strategies while demonstrating their effectiveness.

Designed for instructors and instructional designers, Motivating and Retaining Online Students is filled with empirical research from the authors’ study of motivation and retention strategies that can reduce online learner dropout. Focusing on the most important issues instructors face, such as course design; student engagement and motivation; and institutional, instructional, and i

Beware of For-Profit Online Education: What Every New Student Should Know Before Enrolling Online

This is an insider’s account of the reality of the for-profit online education hoax. David Ramses reveals the quality of education available, the quality most often recieved, the reality of academic dishonesty in the online environment, the sales tactics used to lure students in, the true value of the degree, and what many employers really think of online graduates who are new to the industry.

Education Online: America’s 100 Most Affordable Online Undergraduate Degree Programs

Frustrated with the lack of information available regarding affordable online undergraduate degree programs, the author set out to make the job of finding those programs much easier. Education Online: America’s 100 Most Affordable Online Undergraduate Degree Programs offers future online students a comprehensive, all inclusive list of affordable online degree programs set in an easy to use but highly informative format. Education Online contains universities, programs, and information never before seen on similar literary texts or websites. The author has researched, filtered through, and deciphered the tedious nuances of academic program information and placed them in an easy to use guide. Anyone considering attending an online undergraduate degree program would be wise to review this book first, it may save you thousands of dollars.