Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: What are the advantages and disadvantages of studying online?
One of the biggest advantages of e-learning is that you can access study materials at any time that works for you. For example, if you have to work or take care of your home and children during the day, you can study at night. Also, if you are tired, you can take a break from studying any time you want and come back to it when you are feeling refreshed. So, you can fit your life schedule around your coursework more easily, of course, provided that you don’t need to log in at a specific time for a live session. I’m sure that flexibility is an advantage traditional face-to-face courses cannot beat. Also, you choose your own learning environment that works best for your needs, be it your bedroom, your study, a café across the street, or your local gym. I know that many people like listening to podcasts or watch videos as they run on the treadmill, for example. And as you can study from anywhere you want, you don’t have to commute to class, which means you spend your time more efficiently. Another benefit is that you can always find a suitable course or even a degree program that you can follow from home it doesn’t matter where you live and what you want to study. What I mean is you don’t need to go to England in order to do some course at Cambridge university. You can sign up for an online course, which will not only save your time, but also money. However, studying online requires more self-motivation and time-management skills ’cause you’ll spend a lot of time on your own without someone physically close to keep you focused on what you’re learning. Another drawback is that although e-learning can be quite interactive these days, through the use of video conferences, webinars, and face-to-face video chats, it still isn’t the same as sitting across from a real person.