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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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Spanish, French now available as online degree

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Article from V Spectator: Written by Zenobia Harris, Copy Editor VSU students can now earn their Bachelor of Arts degree in French or Spanish online through the University System of Georgia’s eMajor program. The program is supposed to fall in line with Georgia’s “Go Back. Move Ahead” initiative that targets adults with a desire to [...]

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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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Middlebury College to Say Adieu to an Online Venture

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Article from Seven Days: click to enlarge It’s finito, vorbei, fini. Or soon will be, once the lawyers do their work. Middlebury College wants out of the for-profit foreign-language education venture it formed five years ago with K12, Inc., one of the nation’s largest online course providers. By year’s end, the college hopes to have [...]

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Clinton ed proposal ruffles online learning pros’ feathers

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Article from Education Dive: Dive Brief: Hillary Clinton’s higher education plan, released Monday, insinuates that online learning programs as a whole lack integrity, offending industry leaders and making them question her familiarity with the market. Inside Higher Ed reports that the plan says, “We must bring integrity to online learning,” as though that sector of [...]

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Yavapai College board explores 5-year strategic plan: Looks to online …

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Article from The Daily Courier: Redirect Notice  The previous page is sending you to http://dcourier.com/main.asp?SectionID=1.  If you do not want to visit that page, you can return to the previous page. ……….. >> Read the full article Related News: Zur Sprach- Und Geschichtsforschung Der Neuesten Zeit-beleuchtung Einer, In Den Jahrbu?chern Fu?r Wissenschaftliche Kritik Erschie Title: [...]

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University Of Missouri Offers 10% Tuition Discount For Online Degree Programs

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Article from iSchoolGuide: The University of Missouri has decided to offer a 10 percent discount on its online degree programs for the upcoming semester this fall. The tuition drop is an effort to lure more in-state students to take online courses. (Photo : Omar Havana| Getty Images News) Young Cambodian Woman Users her Laptop The [...]

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Orlando ballet studio now using online learning

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Article from MyFoxOrlando.com: In a ballet studio near Downtown Orlando, they’re giving new meaning to the term “modern dance.” The techniques are ones you’d expect, but the students are not.  Because not all of them are in the room.   The class put on by the Interactive Academy of Performing Arts—or IAPA—uses modern technology to [...]

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Culverhouse online degree ranked nationally

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Article from The Crimson While: Photo By Austin_Bigoney The Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration’s online Bachelor of Business program just received its first national ranking by BestColleges.com as the third best online business program in the country. CW File When Jennifer Humber began advising 35 long-distance business students in 2006, she never imagined the [...]

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Rabbis teach Christians in new online learning courses

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Article from The Times of Israel: A new group is trying to turn rabbis into internet video stars in order to help Christians learn more about the roots of their religion and Judaism. The for-profit company, called Root Source, aims to fill a gap for Christians who are looking to deepen their knowledge of the Bible and [...]

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