Online vs campus classes

Eventually some point in a college students life they consider taking online classes, or even one or two. Some people think online classes are even easier compared to actual lectures. I believe that only some classes are easier online, classes like history or computer classes are prime examples of classes that you can take easily.

Here’s a couple more ways online classes compare to campus classes:link

  • One of the most attractive features of online programs is flexibility. You can literally have class anytime in the day you want,you just have to watch out for deadlines. If you’re a person that doesn’t like to keep up with deadlines yourself, then online classes isn’t for you. It’s hard to catch up points if you miss something.
  • Instructors for online courses typically offer a higher level of feedback on assignments and papers. This is mainly because online classes you’re more teaching it to yourself, while traditional classes the teacher is there to show you how to do it in person.
  • One of the biggest concerns that students have about online education is interaction with other students. College is all about being social and finding out who you really are. If a student decides they want to age all online classes then they will be missing out on the actually college life of making new friends.

    There is a lot more pros and cons to online classes and traditional classes, but honestly at the end of the day college is a place to learn. Some people learn different way though so for different people they will prefer one over the other.

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