Category: Learning

K Ganesh & Meena Ganesh acquire e-learning venture avagmah; close to …

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Article from VC Circle: avagmah, an online education services company acquired recently by serial entrepreneurs K Ganesh and wife Meena, is close to raising Rs 100 crore (over $ 16 million) for expansion to Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Middle East. According to a company spokesperson, avagmah is already in talks with a few [...]

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Board looks at WHS online learning

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Article from Watertown Public Opinion: The Watertown school board received an update on online courses during Monday’s regular meeting, including Apex Learning, in-house online courses and Black Hills Online Learning. kAm“p AC@8C2> E92E 92D 366? A=246 D:?46 a__f\a__g D49@@= J62C pA6I {62C?:?8[” (2E6CE@H? w:89 $ 49@@= E649?@=@8J DECF4E@C |:496==6 |69=36C8 D2:5] “x? a_`c\a_`d[ D6G6? 4@FCD6D [...]

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Online learning innovation hub to advance campus technology practices

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Article from Iowa State Daily: A new online learning innovation hub that aims to spur the development and use of online and blended learning approaches has come to the ISU campus. The innovation hub was established by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching. “The online learning innovation hub will provide institutional leadership and [...]

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Learning lessons from online education

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Article from WalesOnline: Online education should be developed in close collaboration with employers In February 2013, I was asked by Leighton Andrews AM, then Minister for Education and Skills, to be a member of the Online Digital Learning Working Group which had the remit of advising on the challenges to higher education in Wales of [...]

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Logging on to learning

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Article from Global Times: A student reviews the curriculum of an online IELTS course. Chinese Internet companies have invested heavily in online education in recent years, but critics argue digital learning should supplement rather than replace traditional classroom studies. Photo: Li Hao/GT Each week more than hundreds of students from across China wait for Yang [...]

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E-Learning Platform Lynda.com Buys Compilr To Add In-Browser Coding Tools …

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Article from TechCrunch: Lynda.com, the online education platform that raised its first and only round of $ 103 million about a year ago, is today announcing an acquisition that will further Lynda.com’s reach with developers and expand the kinds of services it can offer to users. It’s acquiring Compilr, a Halifax, Canada startup that runs [...]

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UC’s Napolitano throws cold water on the online education craze

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Article from Los Angeles Times: University of California President Janet Napolitano struck a rare blow for rational education practice this week by pushing back strongly against the craze for online learning courses. Online education isn’t a panacea, she said; it’s not for everyone, it’s not cheap, and if it’s done right it may not even [...]

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University of California’s Napolitano joins skeptics over online courses

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Article from Reuters: By Sharon Bernstein SACRAMENTO, California Mon Mar 24, 2014 9:10pm EDT SACRAMENTO, California (Reuters) – University of California President Janet Napolitano on Monday joined a growing chorus of higher education leaders who have expressed skepticism about the use and cost-effectiveness of courses that are offered online. Napolitano’s remarks at a Sacramento luncheon [...]

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Ask LH: Can I Learn How To Play An Instrument Online?

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Article from Lifehacker Australia: Dear Lifehacker, I’ve always wanted to learn how to play the guitar, but I can’t afford private lessons. Plenty of people have told me I can learn on my own with online tools, but I have no idea where to start. How would you suggest I learn how to play? Thanks, [...]

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iLearn offers new online adaptive training platform for businesses

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Article from Ventureburn: We all know there’s a lot of hype and hope concerning innovative elearning applications for African school students and abroad but what about online learning solutions for businesses? South African IT training provider iLearn provides businesses with both on-site and online IT training solutions. The company has been around since 2001 and [...]

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