Organizing for Online Success

The further you progress in higher and continuing education, the more responsibility you will need to take for your own learning.  You will begin to define and prioritize what you need to know, how you will learn it, and how you will assess your progress.  Outside direction and measures of your learning will continue to be a part of your education, but these will serve more to guide and direct you in your exploration of knowledge.

The Online Education Initiative is committed to making its electronic information available in a variety of formats to meet the unique needs, preferences, and circumstances of individual students. Please select the first option (Multimedia Presentation) for a feature-rich interactive presentation, but if you prefer a simpler presentation that you can access offline or on-the-go, select the second or third options.

Note to iPhone Users: These tutorials have limited interactive functionality on iPhones since iPhones plays all videos in their own full-screen video player. You can still play the videos, navigate by chapter and read the transcript, but for a fully interactive experience, consider using a desktop or laptop computer.

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