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Being familiar with online and computer technology will allow more time and energy to focus on coursework.
Online courses may require you to download software or ‘plug ins’ in order to access and use video or audio content.
(Speed should be at least 1 MBPS [megabyte per second])
If a learner is experiencing difficulty on any level, either with the technology or with the course content, s/he must communicate this immediately, so the instructor can offer the proper assistance.
Keeping a calendar to schedule personal life, work and school work is imperative.