Category: Online Education

Peer-Reviewed Online Education from IECA

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Article from Geosynthetica.net: By Laura Clark – Did you know that all of IECA’s online education and webinars are peer-reviewed? IECA is constantly striving to improve and grow its educational offerings. All courses, whether live or in person, are peer-reviewed for technical accuracy, relevance, and usefulness to attendees. The Professional Development Committee (PDC) offers balanced [...]

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Middlebury College to Say Adieu to an Online Venture

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Article from Seven Days: click to enlarge It’s finito, vorbei, fini. Or soon will be, once the lawyers do their work. Middlebury College wants out of the for-profit foreign-language education venture it formed five years ago with K12, Inc., one of the nation’s largest online course providers. By year’s end, the college hopes to have [...]

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Clinton ed proposal ruffles online learning pros’ feathers

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Article from Education Dive: Dive Brief: Hillary Clinton’s higher education plan, released Monday, insinuates that online learning programs as a whole lack integrity, offending industry leaders and making them question her familiarity with the market. Inside Higher Ed reports that the plan says, “We must bring integrity to online learning,” as though that sector of [...]

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Yavapai College board explores 5-year strategic plan: Looks to online …

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Article from The Daily Courier: Redirect Notice  The previous page is sending you to http://dcourier.com/main.asp?SectionID=1.  If you do not want to visit that page, you can return to the previous page. ……….. >> Read the full article Related News: Zur Sprach- Und Geschichtsforschung Der Neuesten Zeit-beleuchtung Einer, In Den Jahrbu?chern Fu?r Wissenschaftliche Kritik Erschie Title: [...]

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Report: Online education failing students

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Article from WKZO: Thursday, February 05, 2015 8:20 p.m. EST Backlit keyboard is reflected in screen of Apple Macbook Pro notebook computer in Warsaw February 6, 2012. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel LANSING (WKZO) — A new report finds that the more classes a high school student takes on-line the less successful they are academically. It is particularly [...]

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Is online education right for you?

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Article from KIMT 3: AUSTIN, Minn. – It can be a convenient way to learn, but challenging at the same time, so there are some things to consider before signing up for online courses. Riverland Community College says about one-third of their credits offered are being taken online. Some degrees are even offered completely online. [...]

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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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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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Radio ad, online petition fight for school funding

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Article from WBAL Baltimore: PRESIDENT OBAMA WAS ADDRESSING THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION ON CYBERATTACKS. THE MARYLAND STATE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION IS TAKING ITS CASE FOR SCHOOL FUNDING TO THE AIRWAYS. THEY LOST A RADIO AD CAMPAIGN TO REACH THE HEIRS OF LAWMAKERS AND THE PUBLIC. THE STATE TEACHERS SHANNON SAID THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF A [...]

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