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Four Key Qualities of the Successful Online Learner

In my last post, I talked about my experience with e-learning, and why I love it so much.  I’ve found e-learning to be a convenient way to build my skills and qualifications, since I can study from anywhere, any time that is convenient for me. 610 more words

Can Technology Help Student Learn?

Most people don’t put “technology” and “learning” in the same sentance without a negative outcome, but is it possible that technology does more good than harm when it comes to education? 283 more words


Hacking at the Scroll of Death in Moodle

As an instructor for online courses in Moodle, the scroll of death has long been an annoyance.  More recently as an administrator addressing the needs ADA students using screen readers the scroll of death has begun to chafe even more as it forces students to navigate all their previous content in order to access their current assignments and material.   1,113 more words


NMA's online PHM certification now revised and updated for 2015!

Did you know you can receive an official PHM certification without leaving your desk? Nan McKay and Associates and HTVN are now offering our Public Housing Management (PHM) certification online. 352 more words

Trainers And Consultants

What Online Research Misses

As a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin in the late 1990s and early 2000s, I spent many long, happy hours in the stacks of the Perry-Castañeda Library. 423 more words

Online Learning

"....and I don't need the Internet!" how to be a lifelong on-line learner

It is Pinewood derby time!  My 8 year old is so excited about his car.  Jason and I discussed googling how to make a pinewood derby car as he unpackaged the simple rectangle of wood and car parts  he exclaimed, “I don’t need you mom, or Dad….and I don’t need the Internet” 744 more words

Tips And Tricks

Using Online Education to Teach Fertility Preservation

Increased knowledge and availability of treatments for childhood cancer have improved the likely hood of survival, pressing scientists and doctors to address quality of life concerns past the period of treatment (Hess, et al., 2010; Quinn, et al., 2011). 1,650 more words

Students & Participants