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About CLC

EELU established The Continuing Learning Center (CLC) to provide continuous learning opportunities for various educational and training programs in different fields such as Information Technology, Business Management, General and Basic Sciences, Humanities. CLC uses latest ICT tools to offer flexible learning opportunities via distance learning for all with no restrictions what so ever and to earn a professional acknowledged certificate.

    CLC Objectives:
  • To offer flexible education and training opportunities distantly using latest ICT technologies
  • To improve the workforce professional skills and competencies in different domains
  • To offer courses that are aligned with labor market needs and specifications   

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Tips for Being a Successful Online Learner

Tips to Succeed in Online Learning

  1. Be open minded and share experiences in the learning process. The online environment should be a place where a student is free to express themselves. The student has time to think carefully about what they want to share before responding.
  2. Communicate through your writing. All communication is written, so it is very important that students are able to express their opinions in a written format.
  3. Be disciplined and self-motivated. Students must be responsible and committed to keep up with the course workload. The instructor will not be able to tell if the student is having trouble if assignments are not completed on time.
  4. Meet all time commitments and requirements for the course. On average, many students feel that online courses require more time and commitment than traditional learning environments.
  5. Use critical thinking and decision making in your learning process. Students must be able to receive information and carefully consider all solutions before responding.
  6. Think through ideas before responding. Your responses are vital to the learning efforts of the group as a whole. The input you carefully consider before responding will enlighten the learning environment.
  7. Understand that high quality learning can take place in an online environment. Your input and participation are the key to your success. An online learner is expected to use technology correctly and communicate effectively in writing.
  8. Set aside a place that provides a conducive study environment. Find a place that is well lit, well ventilated and a minimum number of distractions.

Advantages of Online Learning

  1. Flexibility. Online students are able to learn and study at their own pace. Students have freedom work on their schedule.
  2. Interaction. Team learning is encouraged because online learning focuses on learner-centered instruction. Discussion forums and the sharing of diverse materials increase student inaction in the course.
  3. Technology. Online learning teaches technology skills that will help students excel in the workforce.
  4. Team Learning. Online learning facilitates team learning where individuals can work together online to complete activities.

Pitfalls to Be Aware of in Online Learning

  1. Isolation. An online environment can sometimes feel more isolated than the traditional classroom setting. Students taking online course do not always receive the same kind of social interaction those students would receive in a traditional classroom.
  2. Support. Sometimes, instructors cannot provide the instantaneous feedback online that they could give in the classroom.  It may be up to the student to take a more active role in seeking feedback from the instructor and fellow students in an online class.  Also, students may encounter technical issues during the course, so it it important to contact the university help center when these situations arise.
  3. Technology Requirements. Students must have access and knowledge of certain technology. Your computer system must have meet minimum standards and have to have a high speed connection. A student must have access to a computer with an internet connection. 
  4. Different facilities. An online learner will not necessarily receive the same facilities as a student on a traditional campus, though an online equivalent may exist (e.g., online library course reserves). See more