Just a vague and general question. I've been thinking about an online degree. Or perhaps any online class, degree or otherwise, just online learning, if you will. Wondering what your thoughts are. Pros and cons of online learning. What might be good schools to look in to, if you know any? What kind of prices might I expect? Is it a good idea? Do businesses cater more to campus learning over online? Given the choice. Just anything you can think of, personal experience or word of mouth from someone who's done it. Courses I'm considering range a lot of subjects. Anything from art (as in, hand drawn), to digital graphics, to animation, to other types of computer stuff. But also things like business management, financial adviser or other financial studies. Things relating to real estate and investing. Also generic "good-to-have" programs like applied computer science or something that just looks good on a resume. Naturally, if I like one of those classes, probably a cheap and short one to start, I would take more. Local college is out, I just don't like our local colleges, and 50+ work week in computers just shuts your brain down for going to class. I've always been better at self-study, with online resources and books and hands-on learning. I don't do so hot with instructor-lead lectures for example. Somehow I feel online classes would be good for me, especially if it's a study-when-you-want kind of class. And not the kind where they make you have to attend at a specific time every night. Which defeats the purpose of learn at home leisure. Anyway, I've said to much already. What are your opinions and thoughts?