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Online hunter education conclusion course is Sunday

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Article from Steamboat Pilot & Today: Colorado Parks and Wildlife will host an Internet-based hunter education conclusion course from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Steamboat Springs CPW office. The majority of this course must be taken online, and students are required to complete the mandatory homework. Registration for the course is only for [...]

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Online Learning Marketplace Udemy Lands $12M To Expand Its Course Catalog …

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Article from TechCrunch: In 2010, Udemy set out to capitalize on the growing market for video-based online education by launching a learning platform that allows anyone to teach and participate in online video classes. Yet, as the space has gotten more crowded, the startup has focused on becoming not just another online course platform, but [...]

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As colleges improve online course offerings, students are greatly receptive

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Article from Minnesota Public Radio: by Alex Friedrich, Minnesota Public Radio October 29, 2012 LISTEN Copy and paste the HTML below to embed this audio onto your web page. Audio player code: <iframe title=”minnesota_general_features_2012_10_29_onlineeducation_20121029_64s_player” type=”text/html” width=”319″ height=”83″ src=”http://minnesota.publicradio.org/www_publicradio/tools/media_player/syndicate.php?name=minnesota/general/features/2012/10/29/onlineeducation_20121029_64″ marginheight=”0″ marginwidth=”0″ frameborder=”0″ allowFullScreen></iframe> sponsor……….. >> Read the full article Related News: How to Teach Online Without [...]

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Online learning course announced for US poll workers

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Article from Virtual College: An online training course is to be launched for poll workers in the US state of Michigan to promote consistency across voting stations. The move was announced by secretary of state Ruth Johnson yesterday (October 25th) and is expected to improve the running of the elections process and maintain ballot confidentiality, [...]

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Google gets into online learning with open-source Course Builder software

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Article from GigaOM: After offering its own online course, Power Searching with Google, the search giant is releasing the technology it used to support the class as an open source online learning project. The Course Builder software lets anyone with basic technical expertise to create an online class. Considering that Google’s Director of Research Peter [...]

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For NJ Lawmakers, A Crash Course on e-Learning

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Article from NJ Spotlight: Legislators got a crash course on online education yesterday, from virtual schools to “blended” ones, and how far other states and countries have gone with the technology. But this could take a while, and few on the Joint Committee for the Public Schools appeared to have their minds changed much — [...]

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Free Online Course Will Rely on Multiple Sites

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Article from Pittsburgh Post Gazette: A group of online-learning ventures is collaborating on a new kind of free class to be offered this fall, known as a mechanical MOOC (for “massive open online course”), that will teach a computer-programming language by patching together existing resources from open-learning sites. Unlike courses already available online, the new [...]

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Computer Aid International runs its first e-learning course for …

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Article from BCS: 22 June 2012 Lecturers and staff from four universities across Ethiopia are receiving training in e-learning thanks to the work of UK IT charity. UK charity Computer Aid International, has kicked off its first Ethiopia Moodle E-learning Training Course for 56 lecturers and university ICT staff from four universities across the country.  [...]

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Jacksonville University Hosts Free Online Education Course for Nurses

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Article from U.S. News University:The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that many states require registered nurses to earn continuing education (CE) credits even after they have completed their degree programs. This ensures that nurses are constantly enhancing their skills and increasing their knowledge in order to give their patients proper care. In order to [...]

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Online Course Helping American Indian Leaders Improve Tribal Governance

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Article from Diverse: Issues in Higher Educatio: The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe’s Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways received an Honoring Nations award from the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. The governance structure of most American Indian tribes was designed by the U.S. Department of the Interior in the 1930s, and tribes [...]

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