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Yes, at this web site there are some good ideas about taking online classes.

http://academic.pg.cc.md.us/~gprobst/can%20you%20succeed%20in%20an%20online%2
0classes.htm

also here is some ideas about study time for students

http://academic.pg.cc.md.us/~gprobst/do_i_have_enough_time_to_study.htm

A lot of time students don't realize how much time is needed to do an online
course so they fall behind and can never seem to catch up.

Good luck with this...  Marcia Swope

-----Original Message-----
From: ebdewey [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 8:47 AM
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Subject: Online students


Hello all,

I am looking for information about what makes students successful in on line
classes.  There's tons of stuff about designing classes, pedagogy,
infrastructure, etc. etc.etc., but not much from the student end.

Of course such students need to have a certain level of computer skills; be
able to read and write reasonable well; manage time; and have the
self-discipline to meet deadlines.  But what's out there that says this
formally?

I am exploring other avenues and am aware of sites such as Lucy MacDonald's

Thanks for any leads, on list or privately.

Liz
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Elizabeth B. Dewey
Student Development Specialist
Teaching/Learning Center, Delta College
University Center, MI  48710
Phone (989) 686-9587
"A university is, according to the usual designation, an alma mater, knowing
her children one by one, not a foundry, or a mint, or a treadmill."-John
Henry Newman

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