Category: computer science

Benefits of Online Learning

By Josette Styles As my online summer classes come to a close, I’ve done some reflecting. Online classes were a great choice for me to receive class credit and work around my busy schedule this summer. There were various highlights

Posted in adult learning, computer science, homework, knowledge, online learning, time management

Subtlety, Humor and the “Twin Prime Conjecture”

I’m taking “Introduction to Symbolic Logic” this summer. Checking the course syllabus, I found the final exam would be posted in the morning on Friday, July 25. We will have all day to work on the exam and then it

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An Introduction to Online Classes: For Beginners

As a full-time student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill since 2009, I never thought I would ever take any online classes. I never even realized UNC offered online classes through the Friday Center until about midway

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Friday Center Student Tim Todd

My name is Tim Todd.  I was raised in Western North Carolina, past Asheville and near the Tennessee border, but now live in Aberdeen, North Carolina.  I joined the US Air Force when I was 19. I was in the Gulf

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