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Green Bay man charged with first degree reckless homicide

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Article from Fox11online.com: Clarence J. Wilson (Photo courtesy of Wisconsin Dept. of Justice) MARINETTE COUNTY – A Green Bay man has been charged with first degree reckless homicide after selling heroin to a 25-year-old man who overdosed and later died. According to police, 41-year-old Clarence J. Wilson sold $ 125 worth, or three bags, of [...]

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‘Sense of belonging’ enhances the online learning experience

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Article from The Conversation AU: Many students drop out of online degrees because they don’t feel a sense of belonging with the course or university. For the past couple of years Australian universities’ enthusiasm for online learning has increased, following the lead of international universities in realising the potential of MOOCs to replace traditional face-to-face [...]

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DNR Offers Online Education Classes For Hunters

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Article from CBS Local: By Edward Cardenas SOUTFIELD (CBS Detroit) – The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering an online education course for hunters. The hunter education course offers lessons on safe, legal and responsible hunting practices, and according to the DNR, the video uses narration, closed captioning, interactive exercises and photos that replicate what [...]

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Ned Lautenbach: Online education takes off in Florida

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Article from Tallahassee.com: Ned Lautenbach/My View 6:27 p.m. EDT August 19, 2014 Ned Lautenbach(Photo: My View) 27 CONNECT >> Read the full article Related News: Zymol Wheel Brush 402B Wheel & Tire Cleaning Supplies by Zymol. Zymol Wheel Brush Features – The Zymol Wheel Brush is made from 100% horse hair. Guaranteed to never scratch [...]

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LI colleges, universities boost online courses

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Article from Newsday: Originally published: August 23, 2014 6:01 PMUpdated: August 23, 2014 9:26 PMBy JOIE TYRRELL  joie.tyrrell@newsday.com Adelphi students work in the new digitized classroom at the school’s Swirbul library, Saturday, Aug 16, 2014. The room was designed to improve online learning on campus as well as to blend traditional learning methods with the [...]

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UT Tyler creates online degree geared toward working adults

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Article from KETK: Monday, August 18, 2014 – 6:56pm Tyler, Texas(KETK) — The University of Texas at Tyler has created a new bachelor’s degree with the working adult in mind. Aiming to help those who maybe once started college, but didn’t finish or those looking to move up in their current career field, UT Tyler [...]

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Moran takes part in online learning development program

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Article from Penn State Altoona: Wednesday, August 20, 2014 – 266 hits Peter Moran, assistant dean for policy and planning, is participating in “Institute for Engaged Leadership in Online Learning,” a leadership development program for professionals in the area of online learning. IELOL is co-sponsored by Penn State, admits only forty participants, and draws from [...]

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White Mountains Community College offers a variety of learning options to fit …

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Article from Conway Daily Sun: Published Date Early in the online education initiative, White Mountains Community College began to offer a small list of 100 percent course offerings. As interest grew, so did the offerings. Today, online learning is said to be the future of higher education. While this may be true nationwide, online learning [...]

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Online courses and degree programs becoming more popular at UW-L

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Article from WEAU: Click Here to access the online Public Inspection File Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station’s FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the information listed below. Questions or concerns relating to the accessibility of the FCC’s online public file system should be directed to the FCC at [...]

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Birmingham City Schools experiments with online learning

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Article from al.com: BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Fifteen-year-old Campbell Escott, a rising junior at Ramsay High School, is a student with a plan. She intends to graduate early, enroll in Tennessee State University and go on to become an engineer. And part of her plan involves a new distance-learning program piloted this summer by Birmingham City Schools. [...]

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