• Cost & Convenience Drive Students to Online Learning

    With the recession playing havoc with the job market, President Obama has encouraged people to get more education. For many, the prospect of attending a brick and mortar college is out of the question. Although you cannot become a nurse with online courses, online learning opportunities are available for nurses looking to expand their education. Those striving to become nurses can find some of their general education and prerequisite courses online. From one of our sponsors, eLearning.com, comes another great article about online learning opportunities.

  • Finding an Online Nursing Program Takes Some Work

    One of our sponsors, eLearners.com, has contributed a guest article to TheNursingSite.com on how to find an online nursing program that works best for you. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the advice offered in Do Your Homework: Find the Right Online School:“If you want a degree that’s taken seriously in the workplace, you need to do two things. First, make sure you choose a school that has the proper regional accreditation. Second, if you expect the degree to earn you a promotion, make sure that you choose a program that’s appropriate for your workplace situation. While the creditability of online learning is substantial, there are still diploma mills…

  • Ready for the Next Level in Your Education and Career?

    Nurses who are looking to take their career and education to the next level may be interested in online learning and degree opportunities. eLearners.com, one of our sponsors, has provided some interesting information in an article entitled “Resuscitate Your Career with an Online Nursing Degree.”