Have you ever taken a 100% online educational course?
I take classes for my CE credits on line...but it's not like a college class. Only 30 hours total.
Trying to sign up for an online grad program... Not many options for what I want to do! :(
Tried online high school. That lasted about a week.
I am now :P
Yes!! I think it was a sex course. I completed it!!
No, I never have.
I take and I work at one. I love it.
Yes, and I never logged in. I (obviously) failed the class, but I passed the SOL and got AP credit. As much as I regret it, it should me I know a little about history.
Took college nutrition over the summer.
Hated it. I learn a lot more when I'm in the classroom.
In Wyoming we only have 1 university for the whole state. So anyone who doesn't live in Laramie who wants a BS/BA degree will probably have to take one at some point.
No but my daughter is, and she loves that fact she doesn't have to drive to school with this awful winter.
Never again. I'm horrible at keeping up with the work on online courses.
I take all online classes, I love them! I do much better reading the material myself than trying to listen to someone else explain it for hours. ZzzZzzZzz
Everyday... I really wish that we had the internet back when I was a kid. Government schools are obsolete.
you take courses everyday? wow...you must be loaded, and must love American education if you take these educational courses daily! Well done man!!!
Every 2 years to renew my flight instructor certificates.
Working on an AA and eventually going to switch to BA, all online from an accredited private university.
I completed a masters program fully online. Very hard cost tons of money but it got me into the field I wanted. Damn I don't want to get up and go to work
Other than Wikipedia?
Those are articles. Not courses.
I started an on-line masters about 10 years ago. The first class was laid out & managed so horribly that after completing it, I quit the program. Hopefully, things have improved since then.
Does iTunesU & Coursera count? >_> My actual higher education takes place at a university, though. I just like learning new things.
VHS AP European History.
Currently enrolled in AMU.
For the Series 6 this past month.
Haven't so far...
All online except for the finals.
For my Master's. It's from our local university, but they only offer some classes online.
I got my AA totally online from a local school...
I also had some high school classes online... It was the only way my school offered advanced placement
No, it sounds difficult for every student to see the teacher if they're all standing on a line. (sorry, when I'm tired, the puns come out)
Working on a BSN right now.
Maybe ten or so for my degree.
Yup. My AA degree was totally online.
In high school I took American Government online so I could graduate early.
I am now!
I have, a couple, I wasn't a big fan.
I am currently taking online classes
Yes. I hated it.
I like online courses. I don't have to worry about weather, being sick, etc. I can work ahead if I need to because I have something coming up.
Took a full load of online courses once, they take so much more self discipline than their in person counterparts.. wouldn't do it again.
What do you think SOH is? I always found it disappointing that I don't get paid for the education provide.
but I want to!!!!!! can't with the 2 kiddos, not enough hours in a day
Tried. Two courses. One, I wasn't able to handle the work load. The second, the professor was completely absent. There was no schedule for assignments, they were just all there. He never responded to emails. I dropped both classes.
That sounds horrible. Hope you got your money back.
It was and I didn't... The only good thing is that I was able to claim I was a student in 2013.
it was awful, most boring classes of my life.
I got my WA state boaters license entirely online
I keep forgetting to do that, but when I do, it will be the online course.
Yes, quite a few work related courses, and a bunch of aviation safety courses through the ASF. They're pretty cool. You get a certificate to print out, and credit through the FAA's WINGS program.
Aren't they the Air Safety Institute now?
I think you're right, that they changed the name a few years ago when AOPA created the AOPA Foundation. My last few certificates assay "Institute" - I had to go back to 2010 to find one that said ASF. The same bookmark gets me there :)
Does crash course on YouTube count?
I prefer live classes but the few I took were adequate for the task.
yes and i hated it