Originally founded as a junior college in 1963, this Georgia institution's main campus is located roughly 20 miles from downtown Atlanta. Kennesaw State's extensive distance learning program includes a mix of fully-online, hybrid and 'mixed-model' learning formats. Some of the university's courses are 95% online, with a single on-campus requirement (typically an exam or an orientation session); other courses are delivered 100% online.
UMass Amherst contains 9 schools and colleges and offers over 100 undergraduate programs, 75 master’s, and over 45 doctoral programs to the more than 30,000 students who are enrolled. Online education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst includes not only courses but also more than 40 total programs for undergraduates and graduates, as well as certificate programs. UMass online also offers programs through multiple campuses in the University of Massachusetts system which is even more variety with hundreds of choices.

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In my online college experience I have been pleasantly surprised at the diverse student body and the variety of academic and practical real-world experience that they bring to the program. In my opinion that adds tremendously to the academic experience as there exists a sharing of knowledge and expertise that enhances the overall value of the program. As many students can relate, grasping knowledge from merely reading a textbook, watching a video, or listening to a professor can be a challenging experience. As such, having the ability to share ideas and knowledge from a wide cross-section of students aids tremendously in the learning process. Moreover, being able to pursue your education on your schedule via online technology is priceless.

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In the years since the invention of the first digital computers, computing power and storage capacity have increased exponentially. Personal computers and smartphones put the ability to access, modify, store and share digital media in the hands of billions of people. Many electronic devices, from digital cameras to drones have the ability to create, transmit and view digital media. Combined with the World Wide Web and the Internet, digital media has transformed 21st century society in a way that is frequently compared to the cultural, economic and social impact of the printing press.[2][12] The change has been so rapid and so widespread that it has launched an economic transition from an industrial economy to an information-based economy, creating a new period in human history known as the Information Age or the digital revolution.[2]
Your online counselor at the Village will be providing services from a private office: no other person will be in that office without your permission. We also highly recommend you secure your own location by shutting doors, turning off phones, and not allowing any onlookers. Sessions are for you only (and your partner if you are doing relationship counseling). It is very important to remember that privacy on your end of the connection is your responsibility.
"I was ready to give up on finding an online counselor, Jessica was my last try, and she has really been everything I was looking for in a therapist here. I never wait long for a reply, if she won't be able to respond for a day or two she lets me know. It's just incredibly comforting to know your therapist is considering you on that level. I am so pleased with our sessions and progress so far and I'm so glad I tried that one more time."
Codes and information by machines were first conceptualized by Charles Babbage in the early 1800s. Babbage imagined that these codes would give him instructions for his Motor of Difference and Analytical Engine, machines that Babbage had designed to solve the problem of error in calculations. Between 1822 and 1823, Ada Lovelace, mathematics, wrote the first instructions for calculating numbers on Babbage engines. Lovelace's instructions are now believed to be the first computer program. Although the machines were designed to perform analysis tasks, Lovelace anticipated the possible social impact of computers and programming, writing. "For in the distribution and combination of truths and formulas of analysis, which may become easier and more quickly subjected to the mechanical combinations of the engine, the relationships and the nature of many subjects in which science necessarily relates in new subjects, and more deeply researched ... there are in all extensions of human power or additions to human knowledge, various collateral influences, in addition to the primary and primary object reached. "Other old machine readable media include instructions for pianolas and weaving machines.