You first need to sign up and / or log in to the site before you will be able to post a comment or an answer. Then,click the Ask Questions bookmark and you will be taken to the Question asking form. Please note that the form has a couple of sections - besides the body of the Question itself, also those on your current starting knowledge, your desired learning goals and others. If you can, please fill them all - it will greatly help the Answers you may expect to come to be really relevant for your learning needs and context.
If you interrupt writing your Question, after a few seconds your draft post is automatically saved (you do not need to care about saving it). You can then finalize writing and posting your Question, or to put the completion and posting for later - your draft will be waiting for you to be re-opened and completed at any time when you join LearnerOn.Net again, and you will find it in the User's section of the site, in the upper right corner of the page, under your User's nickname, in the All Submissions part.
Similarly to posting a question (please see above the Q related to a question posting), you first need to sign up and / or log in to the site before you will be able to post a comment or an answer. Then, anywhere on the site where you can view a question posted, you can add your comment or place an answer to that question (in the News & Views section of the site, you can also place comment to the News & Views item of your interest). Please note that a full answer to a question on the LearnerOn.Net site consists of three parts, and ideally each of them should be filled to provide maximum utility for the user who is asking: i) Learning Path Recommendation – in this part, the succession of recommended courses or practical steps to learn the subject of interest should be included; ii) What Was Your Learning Experience – eg, quality, availability and attention of the lecturerers, of the lectures themselves, of the shared / available course materials, rating of the content / delivery would be good to place here; iii) What Was Your Learning Utility – matters as, eg, what in restrospect was the major take-away of your learning experience, how useful and practical it really was in helping you to achieve your goal (eg, finding new job, getting a salary progression, mastering the skill you needed, any other applicable goal) fits here.
Your draft Answer or Comment will be autosaved, and you always can come back to it to complete / change at will, in the All Submission part of the logged-in User's section, similarly to the Question posting described in the previous FAQ.
All user's posts on the site are going through an appoval procedure, which may need certain time – therefore, please be a little patient. You however will be notified on your registered email address when your post goes live (or if it needs a review or an adjustment), thus your post will not go on screen unnoticed by you!
In the meantime, whether already posted on the site or not yet, all your posts (Questions, Answers or Comments) can be found in your individual User's section in the upper right corner of the page - if you move cursor on your name there when you are logged in, see the section All Submission in the roll-out menu.
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allowing to post Lifelong Learning / Adult Education questions, and to get
answers on useful learning paths, courses and similar matters from the
community of fellow learners – and also to get answered possible
questions on how useful the learning paths were in, e.g., applying for
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