Online school?

@choang (36)
United States
July 15, 2009 11:40am CST
Okay, question how many of you mylotters have or is attending school online? If so, how do you like it? I took two online classes during the summer two years ago and i thought it was pretty easy. I did very well. I need to go back to school but still debatingon if i shoulddo online againm or not. The difference from two years ago and now is that i have a full time job. Im not sure how hat will work for me. When i get home from work usually around 6, i get pretty lazy becasue the day wears me out. Plus i cook and clean too.
4 responses
@mel13088 (265)
• United States
15 Jul 09
I like going to school in a classroom. The professors are more accessible if you have questions that need to be answered. I'm in college now and I took a class online in high school. I didn't have a problem with that class because I understood most of it. Some people do say that online classes are easier but I like being able to interact with the professor and other students more. Good luck with whatever you decide to do!
@choang (36)
• United States
16 Jul 09
I agree with you. In an actual classroom, you can asks questions and get answers right away. The profesors are always there if you have questions. I would actually learn more in a classroom environment too. Thanks for the good luck wishes and for the response! I appreciate it :)
@julbau18 (273)
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
I don't experince it yet but likes to enroll online school someday. I want online because I am expecting a baby soon so I need time to my baby. At the same time I want to study to have more skills on my course.
@masata (408)
• Indonesia
15 Jul 09
Well, I have on experience on online school. But I rather don't like the term "school". I prefer to call it course than school. My experience is about programming. I guess it is provided by SUN. There are modules available online with online lecture, etc. It is quite fun though.
@trexhero (103)
15 Jul 09
I would love to be a teacher on an online system, I am getting to a good level in my field and so could probably be seen to be a worthy tutor in many aspects of it. I would love to give it a go just to see what it was like to learn on it, but I think it would be a great career to look at. Does anyone know of any online learning experiences bar those attached to educational institutions or the open university?