September 15, 2015 - Online Education
As you work with courses that are online; here are a couple of suggestions many students find helpful with online learning. Figure out a time that you consistently come back to the course. That way, you will build up some good study habits for doing your work at a certain times and the course(s) won’t go by the wayside. Also, it is a great idea to save your work somewhere before you submit it to be graded. (It is best to keep your work until you receive a final grade and it is showing on your transcript.) Good places to save work are in a folder on your computer or in the cloud such as on Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox. Because of technical difficulties from time to time, work may not submit through the regular upload process and you may find you need to submit assignments again. Also, if you are in question about anything, ask your teacher. That is why they are there. Your teachers welcome questions, comments, and suggestions. Many times they will modify a course based on a suggestion by you. If you find something unclear, let your teacher know. That way, he/she can answer your question(s) and improve the course for future students.
(Weber Online Principal)