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A discussion with the New Jersey State Library's Fresh Start @ Your Library program, which aims to prepare individuals for successful re-entry into the workforce after incarceration.
A discussion on voter registration history and the importance of civic engagement through voting.
Mentors (yes, the ones assessing your grades) debunk the most common student myths about online classes once and for all.
Learn how to write an original and insightful exam essay from the graders assessing your work.
Learn how to use a rubric effectively in your online courses and earn a better score on that next graded assignment.
Here are five helpful (if subjective) websites you can use to research mentors and make a course decision you feel comfortable with.
When it comes to earning your degree online, what your mentor teaches you offline can be just as important as what you learn in the classroom.
Prior Learning Assessment helps military students gain college credit for knowledge obtained through life experiences beyond training.
Mentor Dr. Mark Kassop explains why the adult students who take his online courses create the most fascinating discussions and learning opportunities.