Are you looking for reviews of online colleges and institutions? If so, look no further. We hope to fill a void in the field of online education – the lack of firsthand accounts and reviews of each of the accredited and authenticated courses offered by institutions online.
The site rates programs according to various criteria such as staff, educational materials, the technology used and overall value. It lists 130 schools right now, but users are encouraged to add their institutions, as long as they are properly accredited. It also features a blog and a forum for past, present and future students to thrash out issues relating to online education.
Rawlinson’s site has had few takers so far, only 15 at the present count. He’s now offering to pay $5 per review, with a maximum of three reviews per person, for the first 100 reviews. Of course, each review will be validated to ensure that it is genuine; originating email and IP addresses will be verified, says Rawlinson.
Only students from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom are allowed to post reviews though; it looks like the site has not gone truly worldwide.