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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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E-learning advice from 4 troops who are making it work

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Article from Military Times: By Adam Stone, Special to Military Times 6:04 a.m. EDT March 14, 2015 Army Master Sgt. Bill Ravelo is wrapping up an MBA through Syracuse University’s MBA@Syracuse online program while stationed at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.(Photo: Courtesy of Bill Ravelo) CONNECT >> Read the full article Related News:

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Gauge the Cost of an Online Degree From a U.S. College

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: International students looking to earn an online degree on the cheap can consider University of the People, a tuition-free, accredited school. For many international students, the idea of earning an online degree from a U.S. school can seem like an enticing alternative to studying abroad. With online learning, [...]

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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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Online Degree Programs: How to Tell the Good From the Bad

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: Checking accreditation and graduation rates can help students choose a reputable online degree program. Advances in technology over the past decade have propelled colleges and universities into the realm of online education, creating a crowded market for students considering an online degree. But not all programs are a [...]

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Local man earns degree from online-enhanced doctoral program

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$64/credit-hr Surcharge for Online Courses Draws Apathy from some Students …

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Article from Washburn Review: Washburn students who take online courses seem to have it easy.  They can pour themselves a morning joe, fire up their computers, and work from home in their shorts and flip flops.  Most universities charge a higher tuition for this study-at-home privilege.  And Washburn is no exception.  Students taking online courses [...]

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Learning from the Best: A Conversation with Two National Online Teachers of …

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Article from Sacramento Bee: WASHINGTON, Sept. 18, 2012 – iNACOL announces its September 20 Teacher Talk webinar WASHINGTON, Sept. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) will host a webinar on Thursday, September 20th, sharing the insight and experience of two National Online Teachers of the Year, Kristin Kipp (2011) of [...]

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What to Expect From the New-and-Improved Skillshare? Learning By Doing in a …

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Article from Betabeat: Stop, collaborate, and listen. Mr. Karnjanaprakorn Last week, Skillshare, the disruptive teaching platform backed by Union Square Ventures and Spark Capital, announced a big expansion by incorporating an online element to its classes. Rather than just rely on its popular in-person workshops, which Betabeat has personally employed to brush up on our [...]

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Two New Online Master of Engineering Degrees from Colorado State University

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Article from Virtual-Strategy Magazine: Colorado State University OnlinePlus announces two new Master’s of Engineering degrees to meet the needs of today’s workplace. The M.E.s in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Engineering Management have both been designed with industry input and are taught by renowned faculty on the forefront of engineering research. Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) [...]

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