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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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National Signing Day: The Schools That Signed the Top 5
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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For some students, e-learning may be as effective as traditional teaching.
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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U.S. News & World Report Releases the 2015 Best Online Programs Rankings
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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New Online Education Credit Transfer Program Can Facilitate Degree Completion

A new initiative from the American Council on Education could make it easier for low-income and adult students to complete their degrees.
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Sunday, Dec 21 2014 01:00 PM

Online Education Conference Attendees Share Ideas, Promote Tools

Take a look at some of the impressive presentations made by industry experts and exhibitors at the Online Learning Consortium International Conference 2014.
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Saturday, Nov 08 2014 11:00 AM

New Video Game MOOC Takes a Different Approach to Education

Massive open online courses have grown in popularity as an alternative to traditional college learning since emerging several years ago.
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Tuesday, Oct 21 2014 11:00 AM

Academic Seeks to Shield Schools From Tiered Internet

William Baker, head of the Bernard L. Schwartz Center for Media, Public Policy and Education at Fordham University, has come up with a new proposal that assumes that net neutrality is bound to fail and tries to scoop out a haven for the nation's universities.
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Friday, Sep 12 2014 11:00 AM

Academic Stars Rank High In the Preseason College Football Rankings

Among the schools in the Associated Press Top 25 college football preseason poll, some stand out for equally outstanding success in the classroom.
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Wednesday, Aug 20 2014 01:00 PM

Report Examines Why Students Pursue Online Education

There are many factors that contribute to a decision to pursue an online degree.
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Wednesday, Jul 02 2014 11:00 AM