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Which School(s) Have the Best Learning Platform/Technology?
I'm wanting to get a associates in a computer related degree(information technology, networking, something like that). Thing that I'm worried about most is the presentation and learning online with programs like these and how somethings you would normally do hands on(like in networking you have the different ports or cables, or programming, web design in dealing with adobe programs etc) are taught, presented and just wanna know everyones experience.

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Asked by RBurke85 Saturday Oct 3rd 2009 in Online Colleges
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Each school has its own style of teaching platforms and technology. There are several things to consider when deciding on the best online program for your degree, including the type of courses available. Here are a few types to get you started:

  • Certification programs
  • Online degree programs
  • Non credit classes
  • Online high school
  • Open courseware
  • Online tutoring or test preparation
  • Hybrid classes
To gain a better understanding of what each of these are, visit this article for more information.

For you to decide what’s best, research the program and the school to determine their style and if it is a match for what you are seeking. Talk with an advisor or admissions counselor to gain a deeper understanding of the program.

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