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MIT to Offer Master's Degree Partially Online

MIT is set to offer a master's degree in supply chain management in 2016, combining online and on-campus classes.

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The Texas State University System Launches a Freshman Year for Free Program

Texas State University System, which includes eight colleges in the Lone Star State, launches a program to allow students to get freshmen year credits for free.

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Does Hillary Clinton’s Higher Education Plan Question the Integrity of Online Learning?

Hillary Clinton has an ambitious plan to make college more affordable for all, but one line about the integrity of online learning is concerning to distance educators.

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Film Project Documents Experiences of Young African Leaders in America

Bisk Education - in a partnership with Notre Dame and President Obama's young African Leadership Initiative - has created a film series documenting the journey of 25 young Africans as they hone leadership, business and life skills in America.

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University Offers Freshman Year MOOC with Credit

Arizona State University, in conjunction with edX, will be offering 12 freshman courses for school credit to students without an admission process.
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Monday, Apr 27 2015 11:00 AM

LinkedIn Buys to Add E-Learning

Professional social networking website LinkedIn recently bought online education provider for $1.5 billion and plans to integrate the service into its business model, according to a press release.
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Saturday, Apr 11 2015 09:00 AM

Distance Education Continues to Increase Enrollments, Says Study

As the novelty wears off and the initial surge of enrollment into MOOCs ebbs, schools are searching for ways to incentivize faculty to take on more online classes, and some are having difficulty doing so.
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Thursday, Mar 05 2015 11:00 AM

National Signing Day: The Schools That Signed the Top 5

These five schools, which recruited the top 5 players on National Signing Day, also offer first-rate online degree programs.
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Thursday, Feb 05 2015 10:00 AM

Research Shows Online Learning Can Be as Effective as Traditional Teaching for Healthcare Students

Nursing and medical students may want to reconsider traditional education and training, based on a recent review from Imperial College London.
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Thursday, Jan 15 2015 11:00 AM

U.S. News & World Report Releases the 2015 Best Online Programs Rankings

The latest edition of distance learning program rankings is now available from the nation’s trusted authority on higher education.
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Wednesday, Jan 07 2015 06:00 AM