More and more young people choose non-traditional education to start and advance in their careers while supplementing and further promoting formal education. "Typical long-distance students are those who do not have access to programs, employees who work on a scheduled lesson, returning individuals, self-motivated individuals who want to learn self-knowledge or career paths or who are not or are not willing to attend classes" ( Charp, 2000, p. 10). The three main elements of the online student are: technology, curriculum and tutor (Bedore, Bedore and Bedore, 1997). These elements must be strictly fit into a seamlessly functioning and functional transport device
. Although the online education method is a very effective alternative educational tool for mature, self disciplined students, this is an inadequate learning environment for more dependent learners. Online asynchronous education provides students with their learning experience and enables the flexibility of non-traditional students to study; however, this places greater responsibility on the student. In order to be able to successfully participate in an online program, students need to be well-organized, self-motivated and have a high degree of time management skills to keep pace with the pace of the course. For this reason, online education or e-learning is inappropriate for younger students (ie primary or secondary school age) and for other learners who are dependent learners and are in difficulty
Millions of students use e-learning solutions in more than 140 countries: companies such as Kodak and Toyota, as well as instructors such as ExecuTrain, New Horizons, Enoch Olinga College (ENOCIS), Phoenix University for more between a hundred schools and dormitories.
Studies show that student retention is up to 250% better than online learning than classroom training. Numerous newer people are helping the debate. The Sloan Consortium has published a widespread report, which in 2005 examined the growing incidence of online education in US institutions in the United States, "School Education: Online Education in the United States."
In addition, the Boston-Eduventures company found that while about half of the institutions and over 60 percent of employers generally accept high standards of online learning, the perception of students is different. About 33 percent of prospective online students said that the quality of online education is felt to be "as good or better as" face-to-face education. Ironically, 36 percent of the prospective students were concerned about employers accepting online education as a cause of reluctance to enroll online courses.
But what's the quality? The March 2006 report issued by the Ministry of Education of the United States Department of Education defines six quality indicators: mission, curriculum and education, arm support, student and education services, sustainability and growth planning, evaluation and evaluation
Debate about the benefits of online adult education and the disadvantages of today's international students are continually being analyzed to determine whether this type of educational platform is capable of predictable and measurable results
Enoch Olinga College (ENOCIS) is an institution that uses this type of transport system. ENOCIS offers many other "added value" enhancing their learning experiences, thus reducing students' benefits. Online students can apply for scholarships for excellence and other financial aid programs such as Parental credit for students (PLUS) with attractive interest rates. For convenient payment options, on-line banking, Western Union Quick Collect, credit cards and a borrowed student, you can start repaying after two months if you make a corporate guarantee.
The most important benefits of Online Education experience are briefly described below:  1. Cheaper: Online courses may be more favorable than colleges or commercial schools. You can also save transportation costs such as gas, buses and parking permits because you do not have to go to school and do not have any housing or dining plans that you should worry about because you do not need to live or live in a campus campus. Housing costs and other costs of living cost are usually the most expensive aspects of college education, so by having an online course you can save a lot of money.
Online education is most of all the lack of travel and immigration problems. Some students prefer not to teach traditional campuses as they attend the tours on trips. With online education, the applicant does not have to travel. Courses simply require access to the Internet to begin the learning process.
2. More comfortably: Through online courses, you can decide when to study and how long. You can also schedule your learning around the job or the social agenda.
Because it does not bind to a classroom, you can do your work wherever you can access your computer and the Internet. You can set your own pace and decide how quickly you want to take the material.
Attend online courses when you need them, not on a college annual or semester schedule. You can learn if you need it (Just-In-Time) The course is as close to an internet connection computer.
3. Flexibility: has no set time, then decides when to finish your tasks and readings. Sets the tempo. In some programs, you can even plan your own degree plan. Online students can complete their own or formal work with online education. Because of the flexibility of flexibility, a student can enter and quit according to his desire, while traditional education does not provide such flexibility in learning.
The elasticity of online education allows students to control their studies. They can add more time to topics that are relatively tough and vice versa. The speed of learning depends solely on students.
4. Technology: Scientific technology enables students to complete online training at any time. The only compulsory prerequisite is the availability of the computer and the convenience of the Internet. Side Effects Include New Technologies and Technical Skills
5. Availability: distance learning opportunities have exploded in recent years with many accredited and recognized programs. Accessibility: is an online course, you can work with the course from almost anywhere computer access. Your learning opportunities are not limited by your geographical location. The new virtual classrooms have created countless learning opportunities for the global learning and education center. On-line education is a new era of experience tailored to the needs of the world citizen
. Self-Direction: sets your own pace and schedule to guide your learning environment.
8. Time spent in classroom: You can now learn a subject from any subject without ever having to go to a classroom so you will lose very little time. Keep in mind, however, that some distance learning programs still contain a class element and generally have a fully accredited American university degree, an international student must spend one or two semesters at university. Quality Dialog Box Within the online asynchronous dispute system, students can carefully consider each comment from others before responding or moving on to the next element. This structure allows students to compile responses much more deeply and forward-looking than in a traditional, personal negotiating position where the participant needs to locate another comment on the spot and formulate the answer or otherwise get rid of it the debate.
10. Student-Oriented: In an online conversation, an individual student responds to the curriculum (eg lectures and textbooks) and other students' comments. Students usually respond to these topics within a broader discussion, which are mostly related to individual concerns and situations that result in smaller conversations within the group at the same time. While students expect to read the contributions of all their classmates, only those parts of the dialogue that best suits their needs will be active. This way, students can take their own learning experiences and tailor the class forums to meet their own needs. Ideally, students have their own individual contributions to the course, while also eliminating the unique combination of information directly related to their needs. Level Playing Field: In the online environment, students have significant anonymity. Discriminatory factors such as age, clothing, physical appearance, disability, race and gender are largely absent. Instead, the focus of attention is obviously the content of the debate and the individual's reactivity and contributes in a careful and intelligent way to the material in question.
Adult training can be more effective and better for certain types of learners (shy, introverted, reflective, challenging for those who need more time). Distance learning courses are often better for those who learn through visual experiences and experience exercises
. Synergy: The online format allows a high level of dynamic interaction between trainer and students as well as students themselves. Resources and ideas are shared, and continuous synergies are being created through continuous learning, as each participant contributes to the course discussion and commentary on the work of others. The synergy in a student-centered virtual classroom is one of the unique and vital features that an online learning model can have.
13. Access to resources: It is easy to include distinguished guest experts or students from other institutions in an online classroom and to allow students access to resources and information anywhere in the world. A trainer can compile a resource section online that includes links to scientific articles, institutions, and other materials related to the subject of the course to students for access to content analysis, extension, or thorough analysis in the global classroom
14. Creative Teaching : The literature of adult education supports the use of interactive learning environments, contributing to self-management and critical thinking. Some educators have made great strides in applying these concepts to earthly teaching. However, there are many classes that are based on boring performances and roto memorization of the material. The nature of the semi-autonomous and self-directed world of the virtual classroom makes the innovative and creative approach to education more important. In the online environment, the facilitator and the student work together to create a dynamic learning experience. During technology change, hope is hoped that those who move to the new technology will leave bad habits when adopting this new paradigm. As teachers redefine their curricula in line with the online format, they must reflect teaching goals and teaching style and find that they are extremely effective in traditional classrooms thanks to a number of successful online facilitators.
We will briefly describe the factors that may have a negative impact on distance learning courses:
a. Equity and Technology Accessibility: Before any online program is hoped to succeed, students must have access to the online learning environment. Lack of access, whether for economic or logistical reasons, excludes other eligible students participating in the training. This is a major issue in the rural and lower socio-economic neighborhoods, as well as the education of under-peopled nations in the world. Furthermore, if we talk from an administrative point of view, if students can not afford the technology used by the institution, they lose their customers. As far as Internet access is concerned, it is not universal and internet access in some areas of the United States and other countries entails a significant cost for the user. Some users pay monthly subscription fees for their Internet connection, while others spend on internet time. If the Internet time limit of participants is limited by the amount of Internet access they can afford, participation in education and online programming will not be fair for the students participating in the course. This limits online programs that have Internet access. Equity of access to students in all backgrounds and parts of society
b. New skills / technologies are needed: if you are not computer savvy or afraid of changes or new technologies, online education will probably not work for you. Online students need to learn new skills, such as researching and reviewing the Internet. Online students need to learn the navigation techniques of the online library for the information they need. Professional training and support for students and trainers
c. Computer literacy: Both students and facilitators must have the minimum level of computer skills to work successfully in the online environment. For example, you should be able to use different search engines and conveniently navigate the web, and know newsgroups, FTP procedures, and emails. If you do not have these technology tools, you will not succeed in an online program; a student or a member who can not work on the system will extract the whole program
d. Limiting Technology: User-friendly and reliable technology is key to a successful online program. However, even the most advanced technology is not 100% trustworthy. Unfortunately, this is not about whether the equipment used in the online program is unsuccessful, but when. When everything runs smoothly, technology is low profile and becomes a tool of learning process. However, any event may occur at any point in the system, for example, the server serving the program may crash and cut off all participants from the class; the participant has access to the class through a network computer that may be dropped; some PCs may have a number of problems that may limit student access; the Internet connection may fail or the contact server may get stuck with users and may slow down or crash completely. In such situations, technology can not be either seamless or reliable, and this can adversely affect the learning experience
. The Institution: Numerous online education opportunities are relatively new, with many courses and so there are no modern educators to teach the new curriculum. It is estimated that more than 50% of trained instructors are still required to increase their access to online education.
b. Administration and faculty: Some environments interfere with the successful implementation of the online program. Administrators and / or faculty members who are uncomfortable with change and collaboration with technology or feel that online programs are not capable of providing quality education often hinder the implementation process. These people represent a major weakness in an online program because they can hinder its success. The facilitator: lack of basic online quality: Successful on-ground training does not always occur for successful online education. If trainers are not adequately trained in online delivery and methodology, the success of the online program is compromised. The instructor should be able to communicate in writing and in the language of the course. An online program is weakened if its assistants are not well prepared to work in the virtual classroom
. Perceptions / Reputation: While it is changing slowly as more college and university colleges take distance education, there is still a stigma for distance learning for student interaction in online education. Some students believe that there is little room for personal encounters and feedback.
5. No Tutorial: If your teaching style is where teachers want personal attention, online education is unlikely to work for you. Small Support: students expect to find their own resources to perform their tasks and to carry out examinations that are certain but unpredictable for others.
In the online education system, there is little support and limited guidance. Online students need to look their own imagination to perform exams and tasks.
7. Lack of social interaction: While I often communicate with classmates via email, chat rooms, or discussion groups, there are no parties or off-line gatherings.
If you want to meet new people and get to know each other's interaction, it's worth thinking about online education.
8. No Campus Atmosphere: Traditional college experience is part of the beauty of the campus, college spirit, but you do not have distance learning courses.
Because you are not in the university or in the classroom, you may miss the opportunity to meet other students. You will not have much opportunity to face the professors face to face, so you may not really notice who you are. Making the Time: If a procrastinator or one of the people who always needs extra work to complete the job, it can be difficult to take time for online classes. Online Learning Requires New Skills and Responsibilities for Students
10. Academic Honesty of Online Students: requires new thinking for online assessment. Most education experts agree that memory testing is not the best learning in any environment and new measurement and evaluation tools are developing. Types of Evaluation and Effectiveness: The importance of online learning outcomes can not be overemphasized. Does the program have measurable results? Do students learn what they learn to learn? Then there is an institutional outcome: the degree of completion of the course, the job advertisement rate (if this is the institution's goal), the maturity rate, the student's success on the third party tests and the student satisfaction scores.
These factors contribute greatly to making an informed decision about the direction of your career and how you want to achieve your goals: on-line, in the classroom, or both.
Institutions and companies that are in charge of continuing education are faced with similar decisions. Institutions providing on-line education face a number of challenges, including appropriate education, the use of technology, and appropriate student services.
The Sloan Consortium reports "Growth: Online Education in the United States 2005" found that 64 percent of major academic officers and faculty believe that more discipline requires a student's successful online course than a face-to-face course.
Increasingly large business and industry transition to on-line continuous education as a viable and cost-effective resource for staff training. The Hilton Hotel represents 380 hotels worldwide and is represented in 66 countries.
When considering the benefits and benefits of online adult learning, the study costs and scheduling flexibility offers programs such as the Enoch Olinga College, Capella and Phoenix University's distance learning program, becoming a recognized educational format online in adult education.
Nevertheless, as in any situation, both the advantages and disadvantages of the online education concept and the virtual or global classroom. It is worth evaluating both before deciding on an online education program. By examining the benefits and disadvantages, you can make a more informed decision. But at the end of the day, online learning is a self-study. There are several structures that have been introduced into online programs, but they still stop at a student sitting in front of a computer. The benefits you gain from self-esteem or self-esteem or the ability to earn more skills apply only to the student.