>Most of us would prefer in-person courses, but for many reasons, online courses are necessary. So I try to set it up so students get the best of both worlds – the camaraderie that develops in face-to-face classes and the flexibility of time and place of online courses.
As I say in my introduction, I took my Masters Degree entirely online. It was great, so I know it can be done. I hope that is some encouragement to all.
Thanks for signing up, even if the format wasn’t your first choice. No, the online course experience isn’t the same as an on-campus class. It isn’t better or worse – just different. There are many benefits to both styles of classes.