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Learning Forward Launches Free Online Principal PD Resources

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Article from T.H.E. Journal: Professional Development | News Learning Forward Launches Free Online Principal PD Resources Learning Forward has launched a collection of free online professional development resources for principals and aspiring K-12 school leaders. The Principal Story Learning Guide, based on the PBS documentary The Principal Story, features Web-based lessons and activities “and incorporates [...]

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Learning Upgrade Offers Free Online Curriculum for Summer

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Article from T.H.E. Journal: Distance Learning | News Learning Upgrade Offers Free Online Curriculum for Summer Learning Upgrade is offering free access to its Web-based curriculum over the summer in an effort to help schools fight summer slide. The company’s K-8 math and English language arts courses are aligned to the Common Core and feature [...]

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Article from The Economist: TOP-QUALITY teaching, stringent admissions criteria and impressive qualifications allow the world’s best universities to charge mega-fees: over $ 50,000 for a year of undergraduate study at Harvard. Less exalted providers have boomed too, with a similar model that sells seminars, lectures, exams and a “salad days” social life in a single [...]

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UVA Offering Sneak Peek of Free Online Courses

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Article from NBC 29 News: The University of Virginia is giving potential students a sneak peek of free online courses. The university has launched video previews of upcoming online learning classes offered through a partnership with Coursera. The non-credit courses are free and open to anyone with a computer and internet connection. Professors say enrollment [...]

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UK universities to launch free degree-style online courses

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Article from Telegraph.co.uk: Students generally receive a certificate for completing the courses, but do not receive academic credit toward any conventional degree qualification. Courses typically involve students working through set assignments online, including video lectures delivered by academics at the institutions offering the courses, before evaluating one another’s work. Specific details of the courses on [...]

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How to get a free Ivy League education online – TechHive

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Article from How to get a free Ivy League education online – TechHive: Brad Chacosbrad@chacoswritingservices.com, TechHive Brad Chacos has had a passion for gadgetry and gab ever since he was a young geek. You can find him debating the finer points of DIY PCs, BYOD tablets and PPC advertising.More by Brad Chacos Don’t let clichés [...]

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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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Free Online Classes Are Little Help in Job Hunt

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Article from Businessweek: Justin Thomsen finished the first year of a philosophy master’s program at the University of California at Irvine when he began to contemplate his future. “There aren’t a lot of jobs, exactly, for being a philosopher,” he said. Thomsen decided he needed computer programming skills to find employment in his technology-focused region. [...]

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How Free Online Learning Can Impact Your Bottom Line

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Article from Business 2 Community: With the continuing shift to the Internet and all things social mobile, everybody’s talking about the necessity of online content marketing and “repurposing” existing marketing content. Though I for one am in total agreement, a parallel development in free online learning suggests we need to be thinking about repurposing our [...]

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Can Free Online Courses Transform the Higher Education Industry?

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Article from Knowledge@Wharton: When Bilal Shah got his doctorate in computer science from the University of Southern California back in 2010, the job market wasn’t exactly welcoming. “I graduated into the Great Recession. Nothing would test my mettle more,” says Shah. Around that time, he heard about a free massive online open course (MOOC) on [...]

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