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A first-of-its kind resource for the future of education: a comprehensive guide to learning online and charting a personalized path to an affordable, meaningful credential using the latest innovative tools and organizations. Real-life stories and hands-on advice for today's students, whether you're going back to school, working, transferring colleges, or pursuing lifelong ...more
Kindle Edition, 105 pages
Published August 9th 2011 by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (first published July 31st 2011)
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I wasn't sure what to expect when I downloaded this, which is probably why I kept putting off reading this for so long. Seems silly now, since I finished it in less than an hour (it felt like more of a very long newsletter than a book) and it was exactly what it said it would be.

It's a straightforward guide that takes you through the process of using the internet to your advantage in terms of learning, and doing education your own way. There's links to be found on every page (so prepare for lot
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