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Four Campuses Linked By UM – Students Can Access Online Courses Through Single Portal

February 28,2012 by: Susan Edmondson

Steve Graham, University of Missouri System, Senior Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, stated that they were aware of the increasing demand for online learning, so these four campuses (University of Missouri System) would be meeting that demand. New as well as existing students will be able to see the number of online courses from any of these four campuses through a single portal. They will then have the necessary tools to enroll in these classes if they wish to. However, the branding of this portal might vary by campus and will depend on how the students enter this site. … (more) February 28, 2012

Face Career Challenges By Earning A Degree Online At Caldwell College

February 22,2012 by: Susan Edmondson

There is a lot of competition these days and it can take a toll on a person’s mind, body, and soul. In order to meet the pressures at the work place, one would normally think of healthy eating and exercise habits. However, sometimes just cutting oneself off from the rest of the world can also do wonders. Just try to get rid of old habits and switch off your cell phone and take a walk in the woods or indulge in a hobby that will make you feel good. This can help clear all the cobwebs in the mind and … (more) February 22, 2012

The school of education forum launched to look into the future of education in US

February 18,2012 by: Susan Edmondson

The school forum is planning to host an event on 5th of December, Monday that will consist of a panel comprising nationally recognized educationists discussing the reforms of education in the US. The talk show with the name: “future directions in education: what will work best for students” will be held in the Shriver Hall auditorium at around 6.30 pm on the campus of Homewood. This talk show is open for one and all including the present students and the alumni, educators and the parents as well as the education advocates. This event will also include a presentation by the … (more) February 18, 2012

Partnership of recreation and welfare association with ivy bridge college to educate federal and military employees

February 12,2012 by: Susan Edmondson

The general manager of the Recreation and Welfare association of US, Ruth Sragner is delighted to offer the federal and military personnel and their families an opportunity for education with the help of Ivy Bridge college. They can now pursue education while working full time, doing their duties, serving as well as fulfilling other responsibilities and commitments. Sragner is hopeful that many of the federal and military employees along with their families would welcome this opportunity that would open up several doors of education for them. The Recreation and Welfare association or more popularly known as RecGov, is a department … (more) February 12, 2012

Growth and Expansion in Purdue’s Online Education

February 09,2012 by: Susan Edmondson

There seems to be a huge demand for a number of courses and degree programs, according to the department officials. Due to the rising demand, there is a steady rise in distance learning programs as they find ways and means to grow and retain their position. They also continuously improvise their online education programs in order to offer the best options for existing as well as new students. Poor economic growth in the US is one of the reasons for the growth of online education, states Mickey Latour, Associate Dean of Distance Learning. Latour also added that there has always … (more) February 9, 2012