A review of Online Student Skills and Strategies Handbook

by Evelyn Beck While most of the burgeoning number of books about distance education focus on instruction, this text is clearly aimed at students. Its purpose is similar to books like E-Learning Companion: A Student’s Guide to Online Success by Ryan Watkins and Michael Corry (Houghton Mifflin, 2004) though Online Student Skills and Strategies Handbook offers a wider range of specific technical tips. And since computer technology changes so quickly, it is, obviously, more useful than books published even two years ago. The authors suggest this handbook as a required or supplemental text for students taking online classes. While computer […]
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