New Book Helps Online Students Succeed

April 27, 2004

The book brings together active online instructors and learners to share their experiences and recommendations on selecting an online program, types of online courses, communication in the online classroom, taking charge of your online learning, understanding the instructor’s point of view, tips for online reading, writing, and discussing, online learning communities, online group work, dealing with online conflict, online mathematics courses, using the online library, and what to do after you get your online degree. The book offers novice online students a highly effective introduction and serves as a useful reference source for those more experienced in online learning.

The Student Guide to Successful Online Learning: A Handbook of Tips, Strategies, and Techniques is edited by Ken W. White of the University of Phoenix and Jason D. Baker of Regent University and is published by Pearson/Allyn & Bacon. It can be purchased at, direct from the publisher, or from other online and academic bookstores.