Is Online For You?

No matter what you scored, remember that online learning is not easy. Your professor will demand at least the same quality of work as they would receive from you in a face-to-face classroom. A similar number of hours will need to be committed throughout the course of a semester for an online course as to a face-to-face course. Remember that your course may include deadlines and instructions on assignments, but there will not be anyone telling you to "turn in your assignment." Online learning is convenient- you do not have to commute to campus, and you can attend class at your convenience- either early in the morning, late at night, or anytime in-between. Just remember, no matter when you decide to study, your professor will hold you accountable- so study hard, and have a great term!

  1. My need to take this course is:
  2. Having face-to-face interaction is...
  3. I would classify myself as someone who...
  4. Classroom discussion is...
  5. When an instructor hands out directions for an assignment, I prefer...
  6. I need faculty to constantly remind me of due dates and assignments.
  7. Considering my professional and personal schedule, the amount of time I have to work on an online course is...
  8. When I am asked to use email, computers, or other new technologies presented to me,...
  9. As a reader, I would classify myself as:
  10. If I have to go to campus to take exams or complete work,...
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