In our time with the internet many people begin to get course online from web or an e-learning site, it’s very simple and practical because you can get course anytime you want and everywhere the only keys that you should have is internet connection is something that you can find anywhere here some tips that you can. here are five tips for success.
Confirm technical requirements: Online classes can benefit students with busy schedules, but only if they can access the materials.
Connect with instructors early: After taking online courses in the past, Finley says he assumed his previous experiences would dictate future successes at Wake Forest.
Create a schedule: Quality online instructors will create courses that are easy to navigate and have clear expectations,Really good professors will help you put the framework in place,If you don’t have that type of framework in place, you’ll have to do it yourself.
Stay organized: Students enrolled in traditional courses usually have a consistent schedule to follow each week, with in-class instruction followed by out-of-class assignments. For online courses, students may have to find their own ways to stay on top of their work, notes Karen Stevens, chief undergraduate adviser of the University of Massachusetts—Amherst’s University Without Walls program.
“Students really, really need to be organized from the beginning to be successful in an online course,” Stevens wrote in an E-mail. “All assignment due dates should be in their calendar, online or paper folders should be created for each week, [and] the work area should be not only quiet but clean—keeping all coursework materials together.”
Have a consistent workspace: One thing online and in-class courses have in common is that students still need a place to study or complete assignments, whether that’s at a coffee shop, the school library, or at home.