Ed4Online Blog | Category: Online Education

Going Back to College has Never Been Easier

By Kris Powers | January 24th 2017

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Eliminate the high cost of college and take our low-cost, online, self-paced courses. You will earn college credits eligible for transfer within our network of accredited colleges and universities while saving money!

Work Smarter, Not Harder: 10 Great Tips

By Kris Powers | January 17th 2017

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Are you looking for new ways to increase productivity without putting in more hours? Here are ten tips to help you work more efficiently and more productively without expending any additional effort:

10 Tips for a More Productive Winter Break

By Kris Powers | December 6th 2016

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The holidays are a great time to catch up with friends and family (as well as catch up on sleep!). But after the first few days of relaxation and overeating, you might find yourself a bit bored and looking for something to do. Instead of sitting around and letting the weeks go by, here are some tips to make your winter break more productive.

Six Apps for Students

By Anonymous | November 29th 2016

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Learn more about some of the great iOS and Andriod apps for students designed to help them better utilize and optimize their time.

Holiday Time Management Tips for Online Students

By Kris Powers | November 15th 2016

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Many students say the holidays can be a somewhat overwhelming and stressful time. Setting time management processes in advance can help beat the stress of juggling family obligations, holiday commitments, and your course load.

From "Nontraditional" to "New Traditional"

By Kris Powers | October 18th 2016

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Nontraditional students face struggles that their more traditional counterparts might not.

Will Hermine Spread the Zika Virus?

By Kris Powers | September 6th 2016

Those of us in Florida and all the way up the east coast recently felt the effects of Hurricane Hermine. In Florida, now that the storm has moved on, we are left with concerns about the spread of the Zika virus from the standing water left behind.

Any area with standing water creates a prime habitat for mosquitoes to lay their eggs - raising the risk of spreading the Zika outbreak, which has hit small pockets of Miami-Dade County in the southern part of the state.

Hours after Hurricane Hermine made landfall in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott urged the public to remove any standing water to help stop the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

Credentials: An Important Piece of the Puzzle

By Kris Powers | August 30th 2016

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To increase their chances of succeeding in today’s ever evolving job market, students of all ages are expressing the desire to quickly close any personal skills gaps and show aptitude in a variety of subject matters.

Are You Ready to Take Your Learning Online?

By Kris Powers | July 13th 2016

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More and more students are taking online classes because of the flexibility and convenience they provide.

Multitasking and the Online Student

By Kris Powers | June 21st 2016

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For online students, the temptation to be “logged in” to multiple accounts at one time can be great.