10 (some tongue-in-cheek!) DOs and DON’Ts for online learning
Have you ever thought about doing an online learning course?
Well, the chances are that if you’re a regular visitor to this site and do our grammar and vocabulary exercises, you already are an online learner.
You may even be doing a longer, more formal e-learning course set by a university. In that case you’ll know about the challenges of learning at home and being on your own with just a computer screen for company.
Here’s a nice infographic from allied.edu – The dos and don’ts of online learning. The don’ts, as you’ll see, are tongue-in-cheek and are not to be taken seriously. And the dos? Well some, such as ‘have access to a computer’, may seem a little obvious. Other points, though, such as knowing how to manage your time and working in a peaceful and uninterrupted place, are sound advice.
Feel free to leave a comment below if you’d like to tell us about your experiences with online learning.