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Online master’s degree becomes more widely accepted – but still faces hurdles

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Article from The College Fix: Austin Yack – UC Santa Barbara •August 18, 2015 Earning a master’s degree from a for-profit online university may be a viable option, but many say it’s not necessarily worth the bang for your buck. With the proliferation of people with online master’s degrees, employers and job recruiters have found [...]

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Much More about MOOCs – Harvard Magazine

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Article from Much More about MOOCs – Harvard Magazine: A newly published, two-year assessment of the massive open online courses (MOOCs) created by HarvardX and MITx through their edX online-learning partnership describes in depth the evolving features of 68 courses offered by the two institutions. The analysis, conducted by the HarvardX Research Committee and MIT’s [...]

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More students taking advantage of online learning

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Article from WWMT-TV: MICHIGAN (NEWSCHANNEL 3) – A new report shows more students in Michigan are taking advantage of online learning, but the classes are getting mixed reviews. The author of the study, Joe Freidhoff, told Newschannel 3 he found some concerns when it comes to online education here in Michigan. While more kids are [...]

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Online university skips class to be more accessible

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Article from PBS NewsHour: GWEN IFILL: We turn now to a new series we’re calling Rethinking College. As the fall semester begins on campuses across the country, there are clouds on the horizon. Skyrocketing tuitions, crippling student debt, and an uncertain job market have led many to reexamine the value of today’s college degree. Our [...]

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Online courses and degree programs becoming more popular at UW-L

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Article from WEAU: Click Here to access the online Public Inspection File Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station’s FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the information listed below. Questions or concerns relating to the accessibility of the FCC’s online public file system should be directed to the FCC at [...]

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More Sacramentans Are Earning Degrees Online Than Ever Before

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Article from CBS Local: Earning a degree online is easier said than done. The first task is figuring out which online program fits the degree you are looking for and the important part of that search is making certain that the college or university is accredited by the state to confer a degree. The California [...]

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More training online than face to face

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Article from Winnipeg Free Press: Winnipeg Free Press – PRINT EDITION By: Barbara Bowes Posted: 1:00 AM | Comments: With schools and universities opening for fall attendance, I find that at this time of year, one personal recollection of my school history always comes to mind. The recollection involves my desire to obtain a PhD [...]

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Mizzou will invest $2.5 million in more online degrees

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Article from STLtoday.com: 2012-08-30T00:10:00Z 2012-08-30T10:31:43Z Mizzou will invest $ 2.5 million in more online degreesBY TIM BARKER • tbarker@post-dispatch.com > 314-340-8350 stltoday.com The University of Missouri-Columbia said this week that it will invest $ 2.5 million to spur the growth of its online degree offerings. And if things go well, the school will match that [...]

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The Global Search for Education: More Technology, Please!

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Article from Huffington Post: “When students own their learning, they feel responsible for it and motivated to do it.” — Michael Horn Disrupt and Conquer! How far can technology go to ensuring no child gets left behind in school? In America’s race to eliminate the domestic and international achievement gaps, when will blended learning models [...]

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Employers More Accepting of Online Degrees

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Article from U.S. News University: In the fall 2010 semester, about 6.1 million students across the nation took at least one online college course, and the Sloan Consortium reports this figure continues to rise each year. Despite the rapid growth of online education, some students are still wary of earning a degree online, fearing hiring [...]

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