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The key difference is that they also often include face-to-face workshops, summer schools or ‘residentials’ as part of the degree programme. As a result, a more suitable term for these types of courses is Part-time, Blended Learning or Flexible Learning degrees. Historically, this described correspondence courses in which students would communicate with their schools or teachers by mail. More recently, distance education has moved online to include a huge range of systems and methods on practically any connected device.

Indeed, during the recent oral argument, Justice Brett Kavanaugh referred to collective bargaining as an endgame solution. The costs of those scholarships are shifted to the departments and schools in which the student athletes are enrolled. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if those costs could vanish and the athletic department’s costs could go down by $12 million?


The delivery method of distance and online learning programs varies. Although many courses are conducted entirely online, some providers also give students the opportunity to meet face-to-face with tutors and classmates several times a year. This aims to give a more personable feel to the program and enables students to network, ask more in-depth questions and gain further professional and interpersonal skills. All Distance Learning courses have an online study component, with access to online learning materials.


The credibility of a remote learning platform is really a combination of the instructor and the platform itself. For learners, it’s important to note how well recognized that platform’s credentials are. In certain cases, however, distance learning is not just required but the best possible option. There are times when the advantages of remote education really have a chance to shine. As the Internet blurs the line between near and far, distance learning is set to disrupt the current paradigm of education. With everything from AI-driven teaching algorithms to simple message boards, there are more options than ever to learn whatever you need to know.

Julia Kagan has written about personal finance for more than 25 years and for Investopedia since 2014. The former editor of Consumer Reports, she is an expert in credit and debt, retirement planning, home ownership, employment issues, and insurance. She is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College (A.B., history) and has an MFA in creative nonfiction from Bennington College.

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