Finding the best value in an online degree

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SU Newhouse School’s online startup: Is earning a master’s degree @ home the …

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Article from Syracuse.com: SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Several hundred more students a year could soon be pursuing a master’s degree from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. The school is launching it first-ever online digital media master’s degree, aiming to enroll several hundred students. For a school that now enrolls some 260 master’s and [...]

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Head to Head: online vs. in class learning

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Article from Technique: Wyatt Bazrod When it comes to convention, people tend to drift towards familiarity. They become comfortable with an idea, a routine, a way of being, a way of behaving. And when someone offers up the idea that would jeopardize the routine, the known, the traditional structure, many people are nervous to submit [...]

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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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Board of Regents discuss faculty resignation, online learning

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Article from Iowa State Daily: Reasons for faculty resignations and quality of distance-learning online education courses were of main topic for the Board of Regents Education and Student Affairs Committee on the first day of the two-day February regents meeting. The number of ISU faculty resignations in the past year increased from 21 in fiscal [...]

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Online Degrees Could Be a Good Fit for Some Teens

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: Disciplined teens who can’t attend a traditional college may benefit from an online degree program. Four-year universities are the gold standard for higher education in the U.S., but for many students, the cost and commitment is unbearable. Community college is another popular path for high school graduates, but with the [...]

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SNOW DAY? Not at Bethany, which is using online learning

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Article from Goshen News: GOSHEN — The Yeakey siblings gathered in the living room Monday, curled up with their laptops and focused on completing several lessons that had been assigned to them earlier that day. Despite school being canceled due to the heavy snowfall, the four Bethany Christian Schools students were hard at work, some [...]

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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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Library offers a new online learning tool

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Article from Lewisboro Ledger: By Liz Gabriele on February 2, 2015 in Library News · 0 Comments Lewisboro Library patrons can take advantage of new online learning tools made possible through the Westchester Library System. “Lynda.com” is a leading online learning company that helps anyone learn software, technology, and creative and business skills to achieve [...]

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Online Learning with NSSC Expands your Enrichment Opportunities

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Article from Chicago Tribune: From the community: By Community Contributor mstaackmann1 About this post 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 [...]

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