Higher Education | Benefits of an Online College

Online education has changed over the last few years as people of all ages have found themselves taking classes from their homes. Whether you are a full-time professional already or a recent high school graduate, online college can easily fit your lifestyle. The quality of education at online colleges has continued to improve, and they have become a popular option, but is it right for you? Read on!

What is Remote Education?

Remote learning is distance education made possible through online platforms. The student and instructor are not physically present in a traditional classroom environment. Instead, content and learning happen through technology with tools such as discussion boards, video conferencing, and virtual assessments to recreate the in-person, face-to-face classroom over the internet.


Benefits of an Online College

Joining an online college has significant advantages over going to a traditional college. Online schools give you the option of part-time or full-time learning, as well as a flexible schedule.

  • Distance learning provides access to education for those who otherwise may have no other opportunities.
  • Distance learning makes education flexible.
  • Remote learning allows students to engage with their coursework at a more personalized pace.

Since 2011, about 80% of employers rely on online learning. It is the most popular form of education. 1

 
STONEPILEllc The Online Construction College

STONEPILEllc Construction College’s mission is to harness the power of innovation, technology, and experience to train the next generation of construction leaders in values-based perspectives, success-oriented knowledge, and real-world construction skills.


We provide the opportunity for an Associate in Applied Science in Construction, a Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction, and a Master of Applied Science in Prefabricated, Offsite, and Modular Construction, allowing students to gain marketable construction and leadership skills while enjoying the fullness of a 2- or 4-year degree. With our Trial 5 Program, students can try five weeks of college at no cost!

 

Dr. Jodi Vermaas
Founder I Disruptor I Mother of 12
STONEPILEllc

[email protected]
www.stonepile.us

 
 
 
 

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Source:
1. https://findstack.com/elearning-statistics/


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