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Successful Online Learning

Submitted by Danika McClure

Distance learning is a trend that has rapidly expanded in recent years. Reports by the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System indicate that nearly 5.5 million had enrolled in at least one online course in 2012, and an additional 2.6 million students were enrolled in fully online programs–and there’s significant evidence that suggests this number will only continue to increase in years to come, some even arguing that schools might someday be… 592 more words

Education

LTS in Tshwane update

Here is a presentation requested by St.John’s Lutheran Church in Texas on the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Tshwane. Please feel free to look and share: 2016 LTS Overview

From a Military Perspective, What is the True Cost of Distance Education?

Research Paper Title

Exposing the True Cost of Distance Education (and What Should be Done).

Introduction

The demand for ever-increasing levels of education within the Canadian Forces (CF) continues to mount. 393 more words

Military Education

How Student Voice Group membership brightened up my student experience

This post is written by Hannah, Deputy Chair of the Student Voice Group

Having just completed my LLB with the University of London International Programmes, I am grateful to be climbing out from the depths of exam stress and seemingly endless hours of study. 626 more words

Distance Learning

Unleashing the E-learning Storm

Remember the days when we were prone to use chalk and black-board for study, carrying slate with us. A decade ago or pre-digitalization era the sources of knowledge were big size heavily weighted books and distinguished faculties to whom, we always restricted ourselves to ask queries except the intelligent one.  692 more words

Cost Effective

Summer Reading Contest Winner, Week 4 | On ‘Theresa May’s Style: Put Your Head Down and Get to Work’ by KATHERINE SCHULTEN


By KATHERINE SCHULTEN

We congratulate this week’s winner, Catherine Zhang, who writes about an article on Britain’s new prime minister, Theresa May, and “how she will lead a deeply divided Britain through the uncertainty that is Brexit.” 11 more words

Marilyn Gardner Milton

New Rules Aim To Regulate Online College Programs

Colleges offering distance education, such as online courses, must receive authorization from each state where it has students in order to receive federal financial aid, according to recently released rules that aim to better regulate the online education industry and ensure students understand what protections they have when attending a college in another state.  551 more words