How online reading and study will help you

How online reading and study will help you

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Beginning Online Learning

Tips for students new to online education. Know how to apply, what kind of computer you need, and prerequisites for enrollment at online schools.

50 Common Latin Phrases Every College Student Should Know

While there may not be cites and countries full of people speaking Latin these days, that doesn’t mean the ancient language is something you can just forget about. Read more »

60 Great Books to Spur Your Entrepreneurial Spirit

The selection of books on business seems limitless, but entrepreneurs can pay special attention to those that offer a spark of entrepreneurial spirit. Read more »

20 Best Speech Therapy Blogs

Speech therapy, speech and language pathology and audiology all make for exceptionally rewarding, admirable career choices. Read more »

How to Switch from Traditional to Online Classes

Despite what you might think, online classes can sometimes be more difficult than traditional classes—especially for those who are used to interaction with classmates, depend on immediate face-to-face feedback from professors and those who focus better Read more »

Shedding Online Isolation

While attending an online class has its many advantages, one of the huge pitfalls that many students complain about is the fact that they can sometimes feel isolated from the rest of the class. It makes sense—it can be hard to make your presence known i Read more »

Choosing the Right Online Degree Program

People new to the world of online degree programs and eLearning can often be overwhelmed by the majority of options available to them should they ultimately decide to pursue a degree online. But the search for the program that is right for you does not ha Read more »

30 Best Blogs for Recent Grads Saddled With Debt

Going to college, whether online or off, close to home or in a foreign country, can be an exciting, enlightening and ultimately life-changing experience. Read more »

10 Most Impressive Elementary School Libraries in the U.S.

Libraries are important places for early childhood education, offering young students a location to study, explore, and learn. Read more »

Getting Sick When You’re a College Student

Here are some easy ways to make your life better if you get sick in college. Read more »

9 Brilliant Business Minds and Their Totally Irrelevant College Majors

If you think you’re going to have to shell out thousands more dollars for an MBA just to get your great idea off the ground, you’re wrong. Read more »

50 Best Blogs for Young Entrepreneurs

Generation Y is poised to redefine the way we do business in America and globally, but that doesn’t mean smart business strategies are inherently a part of your young DNA. Read more »

50 Essential Resources for ESL Students

Learning a new language is always daunting, especially when that language is as full of weird rules and contradictions as English. Read more »

Online University Rankings for the Traditional Student

University rankings have always been a major part of every college decision, stemming from the days when only twenty universities were in existence. Read more »

Dealing With an Annoying Roommate

Ever dreaded going home after class? Afraid your dorm room or apartment will look like the aftermath of a home invasion? Read more »

College Students are Susceptible to Depression

College is just plain tough. The classes are demanding, and as graduation day inches closer, the reality of having to go out and begin a career can be daunting. Read more »

The Ultimate Guide to Ergonomics: 50 Tips & Tricks for Serious Students

You might think that just because you’re still in college, you don’t have to worry about the physical stresses and strains that 8-plus-hour work days put on your body. Read more »

Bill Gates Vast Contributions to College Grants

Bill Gates has quickly become one of the most generous billionaires of our time, with his many philanthropic ventures and the Gates Millennium Scholarship (intended for low-income college students). Read more »

Free Online Classes from MIT

Online universities are typically considered to be the bottom-level form of education by backers of traditional universities across the country; it is therefore ironic that many traditional prestigious universities have begun to offer free online classes Read more »

The Rise of Offbeat Engineering Disciplines

Education is big business in India, and the demand for engineers is on the rise. Read more »

Maintaining Your Customer Base During the Economic Crisis

When things start to go wrong with the economy, many people start making cutbacks right away as a proactive measure. Read more »

Start up the Success Strategy for your Startup

Skip the Tuition: 100 Free Podcasts from the Best Colleges in the World

We’ve shown you how to take online classes for free, but not everyone has the patience or time to spend sitting at a computer. Read more »

200 Free Online Classes to Learn Anything

A high quality education doesn’t have to come at a high cost. We’ve compiled 200 online classes from these and other respected institutions, and you can take all of them with no strings attached. Read more »

The Self-Directed Student Toolbox: 100 Web Resources for Lifelong Learners

Learn online until you’re wise beyond your years using this list of our 100 favorite resources. Read more »

Prerequisites for Enrolling in an Online College

Find out what the prerequisites are for taking online classes, depending on which degree you are attempting to earn. Read more »

Applying to an Online College

What you need to know before you apply to an online college. Read more »

Computer System Requirements for Online Learning

Learn what kind of computer hardware and software you will need to participate in an online learning program. Read more »


Technology-assisted learning and online learning are topics discussed in these blogs.

  1. Clive on Learning
  2. Connectivism
  3. Digital Chalkie
  4. Internet Time Blog
  5. elearnspace
  6. E-Learning Queen
  7. Learning and Technology
  8. Moving at the Speed of Creativity
  9. Stephen’s Web
  10. The Knowledge Tree
  11. XplanaZine

Education News

These two blogs are good starting points to read more about the latest news in the world of education.

  1. Eduwonk
  2. This Week in Education

Education Policy

These are blogs written by activists who are looking to reform our school system or just education in general.

  1. Change Agency
  2. D-Ed Reckoning
  3. Education in Texas
  4. Education Intelligence Agency
  5. Jenny D.
  6. Practical Theory
  7. Schools Matter

Internet Culture

Internet applications, such as RSS and blogs, and how they can be applied in a teaching/learning environment are discussed in these blogs.

  1. absolutely intercultural
  2. Adventures in Educational Blogging
  3. BionicTeacher
  4. Digital Writing, Digital Teaching
  5. Full Circle Online Interaction Blog
  6. Ideas and Thoughts from an EdTech
  7. Infinite Thinking Machine
  9. Learn Online


The focus of these blogs is on learning theory, informal learning, and knowledge.

  1. 2 Cents Worth
  2. abject learning
  3. Informal Learning Blog
  4. Learning Curves
  5. Learnlets
  6. McGee’s Musings
  7. Random Walk in Learning
  8. The Stingy Scholar

Library and Research

These are research-based blogs, some of which are library-based or written by librarians.

  1. David Lee King
  2. Deep Thinking
  3. Dissertation Research
  4. Free Range Librarian
  5. heyjude
  6. ideant
  7. Information Wants To Be Free
  8. InfoSciPhi
  11. LibraryBytes
  12. Library Stuff
  13. LSJ Editors’ Blog
  14. Panlibus
  15. Rambling Librarian
  16. Research Buzz
  17. Resource Shelf
  18. STLQ
  19. Tasty Research


Music, history, science, and law are discussed at these blogs, respectively.

  1. Catalysts & Connections
  2. History Is Elementary
  3. Polar Science 2006
  4. WisBlawg


The following blogs deal with issues facing teachers, including teaching methods, lesson plans, aids, and tools.

  1. A Difference
  2. Are We Doing Anything Today?
  3. Artichoke
  4. blog of proximal development
  5. Borderland
  6. Bud the Teacher
  7. Christopher D. Sessums Blog
  8. Cool Cat Teacher Blog
  9. FunnyMonkey
  10. Infocult: Information, Culture, Policy, Education
  11. NYC Educator
  12. Teachers Teaching Teachers
  13. Teaching
  14. Teaching Generation Z
  16. The Open Classroom


Bringing technology to the classroom and using technology to learn and teach are topics discussed within these blogs.

  1. A Teacher’s Life
  2. Around the Corner v2
  3. Beth’s Thoughts on Technology in the Classroom
  4. bgblogging
  5. Bionic Teaching
  6. Blogging IT and EDucation
  7. CogDogBlog
  8. Dangerously Irrelevant
  9. Derek’s Blog
  10. Ed-Tech Insider
  11. EdCompBlog
  12. Blog
  13. EdTechPost
  14. EduBlog Insights
  15. Education/Technology
  16. Infomancy
  17. Remote Access
  18. Teach42
  19. Techlearning Blog
  20. The Tech Savvy Educator
  21. The Thinking Stick
  22. Weblogg-ed

Online Colleges

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Online College Rankings 2008

Online College Rankings 2007




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Accreditation Agencies

Types of Online Colleges and Universities

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Campus-Based Colleges and Universities

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