Posts Tagged ‘online education

With the relatively recent shift to online learning, it’s hard for many of us to think that an online MBA program could be equivalent in terms of learning and reputation to that of an in-classroom MBA. Many of the perceived benefits of a traditional MBA, including networking and interaction with your professors (conceivably top business […]

Having success in online graduate school amounts to one’s ability to engage the classroom with a practical and realistic attitude. Below is a list of five things anyone beginning an online graduate program can do to enhance their chance of success. Of course, what we mean by success is not merely finishing the program; it’s […]

Many people are brainwashed into believing that attending an online university is second-rate to the picturesque, ivory tower college. Sure, many people would like to pursue a four-year degree at a traditional, brick-and-mortar university, but not everyone has the funds or abilities to do so. Many people have a household to run or family to […]

Education is evolving quickly, thanks in part to the internet. The world is, quite literally, at your fingertips. So how do you decide if an online education or a traditional education is right for you? There are a variety of factors that need to be weighed before making such a paramount decision and certain advantages […]

As someone who is currently pursuing study online, you probably know already how difficult it can be to focus when you have virtually the entire world at your fingertips. Aside from the usual social networking suspects like Facebook and Twitter, you have tons and tons of information sites that are begging for your attention while […]

Bill Gates attended the recent Techonomy conference in Lake Tahoe, CA and shared his thoughts on the future of education. “Five years from now you’ll be able to find the best lectures in the world on the web for free. It will be better than any single university,” he said emphasizing on the fact that all knowledge […]

An important conference is taking place from 26 to 29 of July 2010 in Freiburg, German. The IADIS e-Learning 2010 conference (annual event since 2007) tries to cover a wide area of e-Learning covering technical and non-technical aspects of e-Learning. The topics of interest are quite a lot indicating that a lot of work is […]

Knowledge is Power

In: knowledge

27 Jul 2010

The vision of schooX is knowledge for everyone. Knowledge to the people through courses, notes, videos, books, chatting, web conferences, classrooms and any way of teaching. Knowledge that allows everyone to evolve and have mutual job opportunities. Knowledge also evolves the mind breaking down barriers that keep most of us captivated to certain phobias. Education […]


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There are so much going on in the area of e-Learning and schooX is always in the front line trying not only to provide a great experience for its members but also to inform everyone about the latest trends in Online Education.

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