I am a habitual student. Currently I am taking a computer course thru
the National Radio Institute. I live in Washington state, and they are
located in Washington D.C. I am sent books thru the mail, and CD Roms
along with disks. I mail my homework to them, and they mail my grades
back. As I progress, more work is sent to me. It's working out just
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
>Subject: Re: NOW(-ish): Education
>Date: Sun, 28 Mar 1999 12:37:44 -0800
>In a biography I read recently I saw a man described as a "lifelong
>student". It's very important to cultivate the habit of learning as a
>lifelong endeavor. There's no reason you can't continue to learn new
>subjects all through your life.
>A school environment can provide structure and motivation to help you
>focus your efforts. It's like dieting, or stopping smoking. Some
>can do it on their own, others do better as part of a group.
>Hopefully we will see more experiments along these lines. Some
>are starting to offer online courses. It would be interesting to hear
>if anyone has any experiences with them.
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