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Come Learn at USC and WIRED’s New Degree Program

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Article from Wired: USC Roski School of Art and Design dean Erica Muhl and WIRED editor-in-chief Scott Dadich. Lester Cohen/Getty WIRED is going back to school, and you can come with us. At the first-ever WIRED by Design conference on Wednesday, our editor-in-chief Scott Dadich revealed that WIRED would be realizing a longtime dream to [...]

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The Top Eight Things You Need To Know About Online Education

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Article from Forbes: There is a variety of opinions in the media these days regarding online learning. Depending on what you read, online education can appear to be either a cure-all or cancer. In an effort to cut through the smoke, here are the top eight established facts you need to know. 1) Online learning [...]

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10 Least Expensive Public Online Bachelor’s Programs

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: Among the 97 ranked public online bachelor’s programs that submitted data to U.S. News, the average in-state, per-credit cost was $ 282 during the 2013-2014 school year. The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes [...]

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As winter approaches, schools ponder e-learning to make use of snow days

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Article from WatertownDailyTimes.com: WATERTOWN — Last winter, it was a coin toss nearly every day as to whether north country schools would be open, be closed, close early or be delayed. With winter just around the corner, north country superintendents were asked about e-learning instead of snow days. “It would be nice to not have [...]

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The digital divide with online learning

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Article from Daytona Beach News-Journal: Published: Monday, October 6, 2014 at 5:30 a.m. Last Modified: Friday, October 3, 2014 at 6:47 p.m. The future is now for the Class of 2015. Unfortunately, many Florida high school students, including at least half the graduating seniors in Volusia and Flagler counties, are stuck in the past trying [...]

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Oswego School District 308 looks to expand online learning offerings

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Article from Aurora Beacon News: Oswego School District 308 could become the first public district in Illinois to offer a blended learning program, which combines online and in-class instruction, as a result of a waiver to the state’s education code. School districts that want to offer a program that doesn’t comply with the state code [...]

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Jerry Brown approves community college bachelor’s degrees

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Article from Sacramento Bee: In what could portend a monumental shift in public higher education in California, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Sunday that will allow up to 15 community colleges to launch bachelor’s degrees programs in vocational fields. While 21 other states offer community college baccalaureates, California’s colleges have traditionally been the domain [...]

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Protecting Student Privacy in Online Learning

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Article from New York Times: Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times Schools are increasingly using online learning technology. Advocates tout its use in tailoring lessons to each child’s pace and ability as a revolution in education. But privacy advocates have warned that the vast amounts of personal data students generate with the products can be misused. [...]

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Online Options Expanding in Higher Education Landscape

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: As online options become more prevalent among universities, they are earning a reputation as an alternative, but not less prestigious, route. Christine Shakespeare, assistant vice president of continuing and professional education at Pace University, and her colleagues frequently describe the interrupted educational paths of their adult student population [...]

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Viewpoint: Red letter collegians — How society devalues the online degree

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Article from USA TODAY College: (iStock) Starting online college from a traditional university made me feel like Hester Prynne from Nathaniel Hawthorne’s perennial favorite, The Scarlet Letter. For accuracy’s sake, let’s say the “A” emblazoned on my chest was really an “O,” but the effect remained the same. Although I went to a great school, [...]

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