scientia potentia est – Knowledge is Power

You’ve probably heard it before; knowledge is power. In today’s economy, having specific knowledge can get you that internship or promotion, help you keep your current job, or, it may help you land a job over dozens of other candidates. How do you get that knowledge when you don’t have time or cannot afford to take time off work to attend classes?

This blog post is the first of several posts in part one of five in a Distance Learning Primer. Part One is named Distance Learning Primer: An Introduction to Distance Learning.

In part one, I am going to define Distance Learning and point you to resources so you can take advantage of a wealth of learning opportunities available to you. In parts two through five, I will be presenting an overview of the process of building Distance Learning including topics such as Distance Learning Tools, Planning, Design and Implementation.

The next post is titled What is Distance Learning?