Congratulations Adam, CD-ED’s July Scholarship Winner

Adam Found an Online Graphic Design Program to Help Him Reach His Goals  Adam is a renaissance man. He has attended various universities and colleges for different disciplines. Comparing his experience at different schools, Adam says the Graphic Design Program at CD-ED stood out as the most practical education he has received thus far. When

Scholarship Winner Caroline Slingerland Considers CD-ED’s Online General Office Administration Program a Valuable and Rewarding Challenge

Start Down the Path to Becoming an Office Administration Professional at a Pace That Works for you with CD-ED’s Online General Office Administration Program When searching for an institution where she could earn her General Office Administration diploma, Caroline was focused on finding a program that could be done remotely, while also providing the support

Anne Michalski Found Her Passion with CD-ED’s Health Information Management Program

Start an Exciting New Career from Anywhere in Canada with CD-ED’s Online Health Information Management Program Anne Michalski was unsure about going back to attend school as a mature student. Anne realized she could apply her previous data management experience to CD-ED’s exciting new Health Information Management (HIM) course, which is a unique online training

Health Information Management Student Tells All!

Hello my name is Anne Michalski, I am currently a student with CD-ED a terrific on-line school based in Cape Breton Nova Scotia. As a mature student with previous data management experience I have been able to apply some of my life experience and skills to an exciting new course, HIM, health information management. The

Health Information Management Student Presents Paper

Jordan Bassett Receives International Acclaim for her Final Research Project The CD-ED Health Information Management program is of top quality, arming graduates with real world experience and in-depth (technical) knowledge (with the convenience of online learning). This is evident as graduate Jordan Bassett wrote a research essay that was recently selected to be featured in

Lie #5: I Only Need To Log On Once A Week

I suspect that some people are drawn to online learning because they think that being in class is a big waste of time. But does that mean that the learning can all take place once a week? Well, according to those who have studied the way we learn, no. Imagine a college course that meets

Lie #4: I Won’t Have A Personal Connection With My Instructor

This is the most frustrating lie of all the ones I’ve heard about distance education. It goes on the assumption that in order to have a personal connection with an instructor, you have to be jammed into a classroom with 40 other people who are all trying to get the attention for themselves. In an online

Lie #3: Online Learning is Easy

Is Online Learning “Easier” Than Traditional Classes? Conventional wisdom says that online learning is easy, and therefore it isn’t worth your time. As it so often is, conventional wisdom is dead wrong about that. Online learning is simple, sure – it’s straightforward and uncomplicated – but it sure as heck isn’t easy. Just like traditional

Lie #2: Online Colleges Aren’t As Good As Traditional Ones

Lie #2: Online Colleges Aren’t As Good As Traditional Ones If it were actually true that traditional colleges are better than online colleges then I suppose there’d be no point even trying to juggle work and school. Universities would all close their distance education departments, and you may as well quit your job right now