As Economy Wavers, Online Enrollments Climb

11/13/2008

Researchers who study online education tend to believe that the staggering growth in enrollments seen over the past several years can't continue apace forever. According to a study released Wednesday, they'll have to wait at least another year for the predicted flattening.

In fall 2007, the study reports, some 3.94
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Sharing Your Notes Online -- and Getting Paid for It

09/19/2008

Succeeding in college requires diligence -- regularly attending class, paying close attention, taking copious (and complete) notes. Wouldn't it be nice if there were a way to make some pocket change on the side, just for being a good student?

There's no indication, alas, that colleges are considering rewarding their
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A Look at Online Orientations

04/08/2008

Community colleges are increasingly finding that many of the issues they deal with on a day-to-day basis -- retention and remedial education, to name two -- are just as present among the students they don't see as the ones who show up for class on campus.

That's because distance le
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Distance Ed Continues Rapid Growth at Community Colleges

04/07/2008

Community colleges reported an 18 percent increase in distance education enrollments in a 2007 survey released this weekend at the annual meeting of the American Association of Community Colleges, in Philadelphia.

The survey on community colleges and distance education is an annual proj
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Distance learning boosted

03/17/2008

These are good times for distance learning. The technology is better, applications are on the increase and even the global economic uncertainty seems to be helping the sector. Furthermore, the technique is likely to become even more popular when today’s teenagers – already familiar with multim
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