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OSU graduate school recognized in 2015 Best Online Education Program rankings

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Article from Edmond Sun: STILLWATER – Oklahoma State University’s online MBA program and the graduate business programs offered online through the Watson Graduate School of Management were recognized this week as among the nation’s best. The OSU online MBA program was selected No. 41 and the graduate business programs (excluding the MBA) were ranked 46th [...]

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Can hospitals trust e-learning as a recruitment tool?

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Article from Healthcare Dive: Electronic learning could enable millions of additional students around the world to access healthcare education—and it’s just as effective as traditional learning, new research suggests. e-Learning opportunities have been gaining acceptance in various forms, including stand-alone programs, distance-learning programs at traditional institutions and MOOCs. Now, they get a boost as a [...]

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Idaho has patchwork of online learning

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Article from Idaho Press-Tribune: BOISE — Repeatedly — both before and after his election to a third term — Gov. Butch Otter’s praise for Idaho’s high school broadband system has focused on access. The Idaho Education Network brings more classes into rural schools, he says, bringing the state that much closer to meeting its constitutional [...]

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Open Learning Initiative Reaches Penn Alumni Online and Around the Globe

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Article from Penn: Office of University Communications: For the first time last fall, the University of Pennsylvania invited Quakers from around the globe to participate in an alumni-exclusive version of a massive open online course. From Oct. 6 to Nov. 2, Penn offered a modified, four-week, intensive version of “History of the Slave South” taught [...]

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Online degree programs at IU’s Kelley School of Business ranked No. 1 by US …

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Article from IU Newsroom: IU Newsroom » Online degree programs at IU’s Kelley School of Business ranked No. 1 by U.S. News and World Report Other degree offerings at IU Bloomington, IUPUI and IPFW also recognized EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE, 12:01 a.m. Jan. 7, 2015 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Two programs at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business [...]

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W&M welcomes first associate provost of e-learning initiatives

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Article from William and Mary News: William & Mary will welcome a new associate provost of university e-learning initiatives in February, when Michele Jackson joins the university to oversee the launch of new technology-enhanced projects. Jackson will work with faculty, deans, Chief Information Officer Courtney Carpenter and Provost Michael R. Halleran to prioritize central support [...]

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NC colleges rate well for online degree programs – Greensboro News & Record

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Article from NC colleges rate well for online degree programs – Greensboro News & Record: School work computer Posted: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 11:36 am >> Read the full article Related News: Suggested Items:

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Screwvala to foray into e-learning

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Article from Times of India: The author has posted comments on this articleSamidha Sharma, TNN | Jan 14, 2015, 01.22AM IST Page 1 of 4 MUMBAI: Serial entrepreneur Ronnie Screwvala is making a foray into online education with an initial investment of Rs 100 crore in a venture that will focus only on higher education. [...]

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Notre Dame to launch free online courses

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Article from South Bend Tribune: SOUTH BEND — The University of Notre Dame is launching several online non-credit courses that will be available for free to anyone in the world. The classes are called MOOCs — short for massive open online courses — and they’re a hot development in higher education. Many colleges, including Indiana [...]

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Educational Entrepreneur Wants to Clean Up Online College-Search Business

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Article from Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription): By Goldie Blumenstyk The Internet has hundreds of college-search sites, most of them guided not by sophisticated algorithms but by money: Colleges directly or indirectly pay the sites to get names of prospective students, and the sites give play to the colleges that are paying the most for [...]

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