Category: Learning

Log on and learn: The tech geeks working to transform Africa’s education

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Article from CNN: Kolawole Olajide founded Funda, an e-learning tool with four other young graduates Offers students short courses with flexibility ,remote access through South African schools Olajide says success is due to a strong founding team, playing to strengths Hopes to become a major education technology provider in Africa Every week, African Start-Up follows [...]

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Startup team for e-learning platform

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Article from Otago Daily Times: Mepo business partners (from left) Neil Riley, Josh Harrington and Nik Bielski. Photo supplied. Young Invercargill entrepreneur Josh Harrington was still at school when he came up with the idea of an online learning management system. Mr Harrington (18) has now left James Hargest College to concentrate on Mepo, a [...]

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Online Learning Industry Poised for $107 Billion In 2015

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Article from Forbes: Online learning, also known as e-learning, is booming. Market research firm Global Industry Analysts projects it will reach $ 107 Billion in 2015. More traditional methods of training or education are not going away, not yet, but organizations of all types, from public schools to corporations, are opting to train and inform [...]

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PHL cloud-based learning aims to help school dropouts

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Article from GMA News: A learning-oriented organization is turning to the cloud to bring basic education to out-of-school youths and school dropouts. The Sandiwaan Center for Learning plans to make printed lessons in English, science and math interactive and accessible on the cloud via its e-book project. “It costs a lot of money to print [...]

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Renewables Academy AG (RENAC) Expands Online Through New E-Learning …

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Article from Financial Mirror: Sept. 1, 2014 08:00 UTC BERLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Since its foundation in 2008, the Renewables Academy (RENAC)’s objective is to make knowledge on renewable energy and energy efficiency available for participants in any location and time zone. Therefore, after having provided trainings and capacity building services in more than 130 countries, RENAC [...]

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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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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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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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UB to offer online graduate certificate in music learning theory

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Article from UB News Center: BUFFALO, N.Y. – The University at Buffalo’s Graduate School of Education expands its online services this fall by offering a fully online advanced graduate certificate program in music learning theory, a curriculum that teaches educators how to instruct their students to become better musicians and appreciate music throughout their lives. [...]

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