Online Learning

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Online learning can be a lifeline to those who have obstacles, such as geographical distances or physical disabilities.

Paul Levinson

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In previous centuries,a person’s access to education was likely dependent upon how close he lived to a school or library. In a situation where schools or books and other reading materials weren’t available, a person might be relegated to a lifetime of ignorance that came from a lack of education.

Such is not the case in the 21st century. Anywhere there is a connection to the information superhighway, the internet, there is ample opportunity to learn, to discover, and to benefit from the collection of information that covers almost everything under the sun.

As with the majority of the worldwide population, the owners an contributors to have been beneficiaries of the vast amount of learning resources available online, both as educators and as students.

Online learning opportunities come in lots of different forms and serve a plethora of purposes, many of which we cover here. You can receive valuable education from course websites like Udemy, edX, and Lynda, and you can even receive college credit and work towards a degree by taking courses offered directly from colleges, technical boot camps, and other sources.

We hope that you find the information we publish here regarding online education to be useful, and that it will contribute to your success, happiness, and overall prosperity.

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