Our online programs are a great way to learn while balancing work and other commitments. Online learning provides more control over the time, place, and pace of your learning when compared with more traditional educational delivery.
However, not everyone may have previous experience with online learning. You need to know what to expect before entering into an online program of study.
Success in online learning hinges upon your ability to be self-directed and self-disciplined; to be organized and manage your time effectively, and to maintain a high level of motivation throughout the entire program. In addition, above average reading, writing, communication, and computer skills are essential in order to be a successful online learner.
Is Online Learning Right for Me?
If you can answer “yes” to most of these 10 statements, then learning online is probably a good option for you:
Online Learning and More
Some of our programs also have face-to-face skills labs and simulation sessions that will help you transfer your online learning to real-life scenarios. It is important to keep in mind that you are not on your own while participating in online learning. Program faculty, as well as other learners, are an important part of your success in the program.
Want more information about online learning at the Learning Institute? Please contact us at LearningInstitute@nshealth.ca.