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Here’s how to meet the needs of online learners

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Article from eCampus News: Connor GrayRead more by ContributorApril 15th, 2014 Online learners still stuck with traditional scheduling, funding models When Title IV funding for h……….. >> Read the full article Related News: Learning Theory and Online TechnologiesLearning Theory and Online Technologies offers a powerful overview of the current state of elearning, a foundation of [...]

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Herzing University-Online offers wind energy technology degree

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Article from Toledo Free Press: By Tom Konecny, Toledo Free Press Staff Writer Herzing University-Online now offers an associate’s degree or diploma in wind energy technology, achievable in 12-20 months, with the first classes beginning April 28.  The specialized curriculum is the first of its kind specific to a Northwest Ohio-based learning institution. Students in [...]

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K Ganesh & Meena Ganesh acquire e-learning venture avagmah; close to …

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Article from VC Circle: avagmah, an online education services company acquired recently by serial entrepreneurs K Ganesh and wife Meena, is close to raising Rs 100 crore (over $ 16 million) for expansion to Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Middle East. According to a company spokesperson, avagmah is already in talks with a few [...]

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MVC adds online degree in health information systems

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Article from The Marshall Democrat-News: Missouri Valley College has added a new completely online degree program. Beginning fall 2014, MVC will offer an online Associates of Applied Science degree in health information systems. The program consists of a combination of computer information systems, basic medical information and health care administration courses. The program can be [...]

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Board looks at WHS online learning

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Article from Watertown Public Opinion: The Watertown school board received an update on online courses during Monday’s regular meeting, including Apex Learning, in-house online courses and Black Hills Online Learning. kAm“p AC@8C2> E92E 92D 366? A=246 D:?46 a__f\a__g D49@@= J62C pA6I {62C?:?8[” (2E6CE@H? w:89 $ 49@@= E649?@=@8J DECF4E@C |:496==6 |69=36C8 D2:5] “x? a_`c\a_`d[ D6G6? 4@FCD6D [...]

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RI bill aims to help adults finish college degree online

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Article from The Brown Daily Herald: Rep. Joseph McNamara, D-Warwick and Cranston, proposed legislation March 19 to create a three-year pilot program for Rhode Island adults to complete their college degrees online. The program will be facilitated through partnerships with Charter Oak State College, a Connecticut public online college, and College Unbound, a Providence-based nonprofit [...]

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Online learning innovation hub to advance campus technology practices

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Article from Iowa State Daily: A new online learning innovation hub that aims to spur the development and use of online and blended learning approaches has come to the ISU campus. The innovation hub was established by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching. “The online learning innovation hub will provide institutional leadership and [...]

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Minority Students Should Weigh Pros, Cons of Online Education

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: Some minority students say online courses provide a comfortable learning environment where race doesn’t play a role in class dynamics.  Trina Jordan, a 49-year-old single mom from Nashville, Tenn., was always aware of her race in college. As an African-American undergraduate at Tennessee State University, a historically black school, she [...]

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Learning lessons from online education

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Article from WalesOnline: Online education should be developed in close collaboration with employers In February 2013, I was asked by Leighton Andrews AM, then Minister for Education and Skills, to be a member of the Online Digital Learning Working Group which had the remit of advising on the challenges to higher education in Wales of [...]

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UW To Offer New Online Degree In Social Sciences

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Article from KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest: The University of Washington is launching a new online degree in integrated social sciences aimed at people who want to complete their education. The move is the university’s latest push into the competitive world of online education. If you’re wondering what a degree in the social [...]

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