Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are bringing the education that was once out of the reach of so many to the larger public for free. Get some tips from a veteran of distance education on how to stay focused and motivated in online courses.
Adult students have a lot to bring to the college experience. If the thought of going back to school gives you butterflies, build up your confidence with these great study tips, online practice resources, and advice from one who’s been there.
Supporting a spouse in their military doesn’t mean giving up on your own dreams. With online learning, you can earn an advanced degree while you travel and take care of your family too. You’ll always be at home in a virtual classroom!
Three influential women share their advice on how to map out the next phase of your life.
Online education options make going back to school more convenient than ever and they’re earning the respect of employers.
Returning to school as an adult can seem intimidating, but the digital age has made studying easier than you might remember from your previous school years.
Choosing between classroom learning and online education can be a difficult decision for many adult students who are not familiar with today’s online class environments. Find out if you’re ready to join this digital revolution and learn something new online!
On the hunt for your retirement job? In this exclusive interview with the CEO of Retirement Jobs, Tim Driver explains that a way to reimagine or advance your career is to either go back to school and finish your degree or to enhance your skills with an online course. Having the right skills is […]
Watch adult learners share their stories of finding personal and career satisfaction through education in these inspirational videos.
Adult students need financial aid as much as traditional college students do. Find opportunities to fund your college education with these 4 smart tips.
Adult college students should be aware of opportunities to earn college credit for what they already know. Prior learning credit speeds up the degree process, saving students time and money.