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5 Things Real Students Hate about Online Learning Degrees

By Vicky Phillips

Online learning degrees are all the rage – even the Ivy League schools are offering them – but do they honestly live up to all the media hype?

There are some things about online learning that make students want to throw their computers out the window

At GetEducated.com we’ve collected over 1,000 online university reviews from real students taking online classes and the watchful public at large. A recent analysis of all of the 1,000+ reviews reveals that not all online learning degrees are alike.

In fact, there are a couple of real skunkers. Read what real students gripe about when it comes to their online learning experiences.

Visit: http://www.geteducated.com/elearning-education-blog/5-things-real-students-hate-about-online-learning-degrees/#more-2070/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=Blog&utm_campaign=Weekly%2BNewsletter

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  1. August 14, 2012 at 3:56 pm

    Hi Holly,

    Thanks for re-blogging my recent piece! I was excited to see an intro posted here. The link appears to be wrong to the original post. It can be found at: http://www.geteducated.com/elearning-education-blog/5-things-real-students-hate-about-online-learning-degrees/

    We have posted a second piece this morning — Online Faculty Reveal and Respond to 5 Common Online Student Complaints — that may interest you AND we are looking for more online teachers who might want to respond or chime in with their own experiences about online learning. SEE: http://www.geteducated.com/elearning-education-blog/online-learning-faculty-reveal-top-5-annoying-online-student-complaints/

    Years ago you contributed a great piece in our free ebook on .Hope you might consider joining in on the online learning series too as we will be issuing this series as a free ebook later this summer.

    Vicky Phillips

    • August 19, 2012 at 6:53 am

      Vicky, thanks so much for your note and the link to your second piece, I’ll include that in my blog. I’d love to work with you again, keep me posted on what you need! Holly

  2. October 18, 2012 at 5:28 am

    Access to experts and tremendous volume of online databases is also a distance learning benefit. Instead of searching for hours through card catalogs and library stacks, you can utilize an online search engine to find countless experts’ articles and leads within seconds.

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