Category: Learning

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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Twitter Chat: How to Develop Good Online Learning Habits

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: Online learning has increasingly become an option for students seeking to earn a degree without having to quit their jobs or relocate to campus. Successful online students must often balance school with work and family commitments, as well as interact with classmates and professors in a virtual environment.  Here’s [...]

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Online Education Platform in Nigeria Finds Tutor Niche

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Article from AFKInsider: Thinkstock Though online education is not yet very popular in Nigeria, a number of platforms are striving to break the ice and get Nigerians to seek education on the internet — Tutor.ng is one of them. The online learning and training education platform provides a favorable online learning community — including live classes [...]

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FSBIT Partners with Scenario Learning for Online Safety Training

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Article from Insurance News Net: CINCINNATI, July 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Scenario Learning, developer of safety and compliance solutions for schools and workplaces, and the Florida School Boards Insurance Trust (FSBIT) announce a partnership bringing the SafeSchools Online Staff Training System to FSBIT member districts, free of charge. The agreement supports school administrators, who are continually [...]

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Learning-Disabled Siblings Graduate Thanks To Online Classes

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Article from KERA News: A brother and sister in their 20s finished high school last month in Richardson even though learning disabilities slowed them down. They got high school degrees by taking online classes at home. The KERA radio story School was never easy for Melissa Richardson, who’s 20. Her mother noticed unusual behavior by [...]

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