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Learning Online: The Places You'll Go!

by Chip Donohue and Douglas Clark
November/December 2004
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Congratulations!
Today is your day.
You're off to Great Places!
You're off and away!
Dr. Seuss, Oh the Places You'll Go!, (1990)

Have you ever wondered if online learning is for you? Searched the Internet for colleges, universities, or training providers that offer online early childhood training, courses, or degree programs? Talked with colleagues who have taken an online course to find out what it is like and what they liked about it? If you've considered these matters and decided to try an online class or training program, this collection of survival skills and practical tips will make the experience of learning online more meaningful.

The places you'll go!

The Internet is a powerful tool for building community, for exchanging ideas and information, and for learning. Taking a course or training program online can be very gratifying, yet equally frustrating. You'll get more out of the experience when you take advantage of the technology tools designed to support your learning. These survival skills will get you off to great places.

Survival skills

Know the tech specs. Most online course providers have information available on what computer hardware and software configuration you will need to log on and participate. Don't wait until the course begins to discover ...

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