Category: Learning

Rabbis teach Christians in new online learning courses

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Article from The Times of Israel: A new group is trying to turn rabbis into internet video stars in order to help Christians learn more about the roots of their religion and Judaism. The for-profit company, called Root Source, aims to fill a gap for Christians who are looking to deepen their knowledge of the Bible and [...]

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Much More about MOOCs – Harvard Magazine

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Article from Much More about MOOCs – Harvard Magazine: A newly published, two-year assessment of the massive open online courses (MOOCs) created by HarvardX and MITx through their edX online-learning partnership describes in depth the evolving features of 68 courses offered by the two institutions. The analysis, conducted by the HarvardX Research Committee and MIT’s [...]

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CLC instructor receives national award for excellence in online learning

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Article from The Lake Country Echo: Advertisement By Pineandlakes Echo Journal on Apr 2, 2015 at 3:04 p.m. CLC instructor receives national award for excellence in online learning Pineandlakes Echo Journal Pineandlakes Echo Journal +1 customer support http://www.pineandlakes.com http://www.pineandlakes.com news Central Lakes College instructor Kari Frisch recently received national recognition for earning the 2015 Distinguished [...]

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LTT Global Communications Launches First Asia Holistic Online Learning Platform

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Article from Benzinga: ILMU (Instilling Learning for Malaysian Unity) provides a online learning platform for Malaysians to access the world’s best education, from top universities, companies and organizations offering courses for no charge. LTT Global operates My Mobile University a platform seeking to partner with international public and private sector, and NGO’s who have similar [...]

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Online Learning Service Platzi Wants To Teach You Useful Tech Skills

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Article from TechCrunch: A couple of things about online learning service Platzi immediately set it apart from the other companies in Y Combinator’s latest batch. First, it is from Latin America — Colombia to be precise. Second, it is profitable. That’s right, it’s already making money. Online learning is hardly a new concept, but two-year-old Platzi [...]

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Crowdsourcing Drives Latest Disruptive Tech in Online Language Learning

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Article from Forbes: “I’ve logged over 2 million miles. I have developed a very deep appreciation for not only languages but the culture that is behind the language and what it takes to be successful,”  said Mike Elchik, co-founder of free online language learning platform WeSpeke, in a recent interview.  Elchik formed a business by [...]

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Online Learning Expands Your Enrichment Opportunities with NSSC

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Article from Chicago Tribune: From the community: By Community Contributor Mary Staackmann Embrace all you’ve wanted to be! Lifelong Learning at North Shore Senior Center is excited to announce that we now offer an expansive selection of Online Classes available to all adults. Studies in wellness, aging, and brain health continue to demonstrate that learning [...]

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Educomp launches e-learning platform

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Article from Hindu Business Line: New Delhi, March 21:   Educomp Solutions Ltd on Saturday launched SmartclassOnline, an e-learning platform for students, parents, teachers and the school administration to improve the learning process for children and make it engaging. “A student gets a login ID and password to learn through audio visual content at home. He [...]

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Learning How to Practice Medicine—Virtually – The Atlantic

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Article from Learning How to Practice Medicine—Virtually – The Atlantic: Yale is poised to join the list of top-tier universities now offering online master’s programs. Will these initiatives work? Shutterstock/The Atlantic Updated on March 20, 2015 Physicians assistants are highly paid medical professionals who provide a lot of the same healthcare services that doctors do. [...]

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E-learning advice from 4 troops who are making it work

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Article from Military Times: By Adam Stone, Special to Military Times 6:04 a.m. EDT March 14, 2015 Army Master Sgt. Bill Ravelo is wrapping up an MBA through Syracuse University’s MBA@Syracuse online program while stationed at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.(Photo: Courtesy of Bill Ravelo) CONNECT >> Read the full article Related News:

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