Staying focused and productive as an e-learner is important to your success as an online student. Learn the tips and strategies that others are using to get the most out of your time online.
Adult Learning Articles
Give yourself the gift of education in 2015! Check out our list of 10 fun online courses for hobbyists to get your creative juices flowing, then resolve to schedule more online learning into your 2015 calendar!
Adult students have a lot to bring to the college experience. If the thought of going back to school gives you butterflies, build up your confidence with these great study tips, online practice resources, and advice from one who’s been there.
Colleges teach students to learn how to learn, but employers want graduates to have real-time skills to bring into the workforce. What options do you have if you want to get hired today, and what will the future bring?
Adults are returning to college to advance their careers, and even to earn their first degrees! With 40-plus students making up the fastest-growing population of college students today, more programs are focusing on providing college scholarships to adult students.
Earning a graduate certificate in accounting can help you to change careers or start a new one of your own. Consider the many possibilities this educational credential can provide!
Something big shifts when your children leave home. Here’s what one woman wishes she had known before her empty nest hit head on and why she took time to figure out her new way forward.
What are the best types of retirement jobs? In this exclusive interview, the CEO of Retirement Jobs shares expert career advice for midlife job seekers.
Health information management is a new field, brought on by technological advancements in health care. Find out how to land a career in this growing field!
Dean Tsouvalas explores strategies to avoid summer brain drain.
Embarking on an encore career means marrying your experience with what you love to do. This midlife executive found passion and purpose as a business coach.
Adults over 40 are looking to education to improve their career prospects. These tips will help nontraditional students find financial aid.