In her article “Ten years of Online Education: The Bumpy Road to Better Days”, Nicole Foster explores the past troubles of early online education models and reveals how recent online courses and educational resources have proven to be an effective asset in education today. In addition to providing a comprehensive look at the history of online education, beginning in the 1970’s with University of Phoenix online learning program (accommodating only 2 students at launch), and ending with research that reveals over 6.7 million students taking at least one online college course in the Fall of 2011, you will find information about a few of the most recent online resources and current programs available for furthering your education. To read the article in full, and learn about some of the more popular online resources available today, please visit Ten Years of Online Education: The Bumpy Road to Better Days.
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