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Video Conferencing Guide Ezine, Issue #002 -- teaser here
November 01, 2012

Many of you may have heard people look down on distance learning for more reasons than one.

As time passes you may be burdened with average day to day tasks that keep you from being able to attend a classroom or meeting physically.

Many of you also have responsibilities such as raising children, full time jobs. Some of you even live a considerable distance from the location that is required of you to be there physically for a classroom or meeting setting.

Most people have never heard of or tried video conferencing before. However, those of you who has heard of it before may have been told that distance learning lacks the following:

  1. Self Motivation
  2. Connect to the session effectively
  3. Prohibit your motivation

While these are true in some cases, distance learning has many distance learning pros than cons.

If you are taking part in distance learning as a normal way of learning, you may be involved in one of the following.

  • Live far from your classroom or meeting place
  • Raising children
  • Disabled (Not able to travel)
  • Have full time employment responsibilities

If you are prohibited from attending your class or meeting room physically, distance learning is there to help.

There are an abundance of positive that come from this method of learning such as what you will read here

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