Online learning has made a major impact in the world of education. Recent studies show that online learning is an effective and reputable way to earn a college degree.
According to a 2009 meta study from the US Department of Education: “Students who took all or part of their class online performed better, on average, than those taking the same course through traditional face-to-face instruction.” Students who mix online learning with traditional coursework (i.e. blended learning) do even better.
Source: Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies United States Department of Education.
Aptech presents its students with a remarkably new learning portal – Onlinevarsity. It is a one-stop resource center for Aptech students all over the world. Students receive free access to a huge flow of information 24/7. Learning new programs and technologies and researching for projects and assignments have never been easier. With mobile devices, information will now be at their fingertips!
With Aptech's Onlinevarsity, students are entitled to experience multiple rewarding aspects.
Students get to interact with Aptech tutors to ask questions. They also get undiluted guidance on project work and assignments.
Explore a whole new world of learning with our easy, accessible interface. Students can access Onlinevarsity from any portable device such as a laptop, mobile phone or tablet. Onlinevarsity provides you with a seamless learning experience from classroom to smart personal device by using bookmarks and notes.
With blogging facility, students get to share their experience and learn from various students from all over the world. It enhances the learning process by giving them exposure to various cultures, and students can share I.T. knowledge and job opportunities in international markets.
This portal is a bank of knowledge, reference materials, resources, and learning, accessible only by Aptech students. Students also get easy access to images, audio, code snippets, templates, source files, and various videos on conceptual topics for projects and assignments.