Lexi Saari - LCO remote learning experience
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I interact with my, um, instructors through email or personal zoom calls, and I really enjoy that, actually, because it's easier, I think, to be doing it over the Internet instead of in person personally, because I deal with anxiety and I like working online. I like the option of being able to work online because if not, I couldn't attend college because it's too far for me to drive to commute. Give my classes online has actually been easier than I thought. I mean, sometimes when I need specific help during certain assignments, Um, and my instructors don't get back to me too quickly. It's a little bit difficult, but not a big deal, because they do respond within the same day within the same hour most of the time. I stand top of my classes and my assignments, so I try to get any questions I have in before the assignment is due. So doing it online is actually not as difficult as I thought it would be. I enjoy it if I had some advice for people who are hesitant to take classes online. Um, would be that the college will help you in any way that you need. So for me I was hesitant because I didn't have a laptop. I didn't have the knowledge of using the laptop or zoom or anything to do with taking classes online. Every step of the way, somebody has helped me to the point where now I can log right in, take class, do my homework, get a sense our campus does offer academic counseling through the trio program meant to help you with, um, degree options, career options, tutoring, counseling, pretty much anything you could need. I feel like everybody at the college has been extremely helpful to me. There's not one person that stands out specifically. I mean, both of my instructors go above and beyond to help me with my assignments. If I would ask anybody when it comes to like financial aid, or talk to the Dean or getting an internship like everybody is more than willing to help me.