Feb. 28, 2012
-- Education sure has changed. Learning used to only occur in a classroom. Then came online learning, thanks to a connection through a landline connection. Students snuck in lessons at work while the boss wasn't looking or at home when the kids were asleep. After that, was wireless -- students could learn anywhere there was a router for their laptop or pc. Now, students can connect to the internet via a number of wireless ways: computer, cell phone, Skype or other mobile device. This has taken learning not only out of the classroom, but also out of the home, out of the workplace, out of the library and out of the coffee house. Thanks to technology and an online educational provider, World Class Online (go2worldclass(
dot)com), students can now enjoy learning in even more pleasurable venues and formats. For example, on a sun-drenched beach, with your toes in the gold, satiny sands.
Students have long been trying to find a way to mix the business of getting educated with the pursuit of pleasure and now, World Class Online (go2worldclass(
dot)com) has given it to them by making online education accessible to its students through computer, cell phone, Skype or other wireless device. But "what's the big deal - online courses and programs through any provider albeit a college, university or educational provider are all accessible via the technology, right?" Not true. Cell phone, Skype, iPads and wireless devices require course/program contents to be delivered in a special format that can be viewed properly -- remember, their screens are smaller than laptops (which set the standard for viewing of most courses and programs). After all, what is more disappointing than enrolliing in a course or program you've shelled money out for and yet can't view?
World Class Online (go2worldclass(
dot)com) offers its courses or programs in viewable formatting for most wireless mediums and it also offers delivery of its lessons and contents via text-messaging. Imagine that...you can study for a new career via your cell phone or Skype.
In these recessionary times and given the fact that the online education market is highly competitive, educational providers like World Class Online (go2worldclass(
dot)com) are finding it especially important to go the extra mile for their students. Offering education that can be delivered while laying in a hammock? Sounds like a perfect classroom to me.