Chesapeake, VA, May 23, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Do Christian colleges and seminaries offer online degrees? What is accreditation and how do I know if a school is legitimate? Is online learning easy? Do online learners have to visit campus?
These are the types of questions asked by prospective online learners. While college, university, and seminary web sites do an excellent job encouraging students to enroll online, prospective students often lack the type of expert consulting that would help them decide whether online learning is a good fit, how to find a suitable program, and what questions to ask when comparing schools.
The new Christian Distance Learning Knowledgebase (www.bakersguide.com/kb/) is designed to change that by serving as a central repository for frequently asked questions about distance education and online degree programs. Web site visitors can browse the free knowledgebase by subject or search by keyword to get their questions answered. Additionally, individuals can submit new questions to be answered and added to the knowledgebase.
The Christian Distance Learning Knowledgebase is service of Baker’s Guide to Christian Distance education, the leading online resource for accredited distance education offered by Christian schools, colleges, and seminaries. Answers in the knowledgebase have been written by an experienced distance educator and online learner.
About Baker's Guide
Baker's Guide to Christian Distance Education (www.bakersguide.com) began in 1997 as an online listing of accredited Christian universities offering distance learning programs and has grown into the leading free online resource in the field.