We’ve all been there. You’re listening to a professor lecture on about a subject and all you can think is, ‘How is this relevant to me?’ Well, what if a course in your online program was built just for you? What if the content was tailored to what you wanted to get out of the course?
You may have heard the myth floating around that learning online is isolating. That there is no opportunity to make connections with your instructor or fellow online students because you are alone with your computer screen. Our thoughts? That myth is completely false.
I won’t receive the same quality academic experience if I learn online...
My employers won’t value my degree if I study online…
I’ll spend so much time trying to learn the technology, which will impact how much I learn in an online course…
You know the curriculum. You’re familiar with the technology you need. Your schedule is in order for the commitment of an online degree program. Now, how will you pay for it? Ohio State Online students have support and transparency every step of the way.
Online Master of Art Education
Ohio State’s online offerings for undergraduate degrees were ranked 8th in the nation by the U.S. News and World Report this year.
Learn about evidence-based practice (EBP) in a massive open online course (MOOC), "Foundations of EBP in Healthcare," taught by Drs. Bernadette Melnyk and Lynn Gallagher-Ford from the Center for Transdisciplinary Evidence-based Practice at Ohio State’s College of Nursing.
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Online Learning Tips
Do you have fears about online learning? Maybe some include...
Will I be able to balance online courses with family time and a full-time career?
Will I understand the technology?
Will I be able to stay engaged in an online learning environment?