Anyone here have experience with online schools, ie colleges? I am considering beginning a bachelor's degree program soon and I believe online schooling is my best option for the time management aspects--I work a full time job which I intend to keep, plus I drive a fairly long distance to/fro my home every day, and while I am not discounting the idea of nightschool, I think an online program would fit my schedule (and lifestyle) a bit better.
Attendance from home, or work (ie staying late after-hours)
Easy access to notes and lectures, in digital formats
Ability to attend schools far away, which may have programs I cannot find around home/work
Less interaction with professors and students, although from what I understand this can vary a lot depending on the format of the online class
Possibly more expensive due to extra fees charged for the online option, plus extra software/hardware required to purchase (rather than using the school's labs)
It, well, probably doesn't "feel" like going to a regular college. No participation in the campus culture.
How about you? Anyone here take classes online, either supplemental to a brick-and-mortar bound college program or exclusively online? What did you think about it? Did you like it, was there anything you really despised about it, would you ever recommend it to a friend?