In recent years, tuition fees have been skyrocketing, and student debt is at unprecedented levels. That means online learning is a cheaper alternative to traditional programs. No need to pay for a dorm, meals, parking, or gasoline for commuting. But what about the technology requirements?
Most online courses are designed for either Windows or Mac systems. The hardware requirements for online classes are
The software requirements of online classes are
Most students use broadband connections (i.e. LAN, Cable, DSL) for online learning. You can also use public networks, but it is not a good option for the long term. Network owners may block access to some sites and the speeds required to view all course materials may slow down. Contact a local internet service provider and set up a wifi/broadband connection.
Check what you have: If you already own a laptop or computer, check the space available on the hard drive and the software you already own. Maybe all you need is a new flash drive.
Look for student discounts: Before buying anything new, check if any stores are offering student discounts. Many do!
Look for employment benefits: Check to see if your company offers tuition assistance or partners with any online colleges or universities. If so, your company may grant discounts on subscriptions, and other products and services.
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