Increasing Access, the Online Way

10/30/2008

Rather than succumb to the national trends affecting college access, North Carolina decided to reverse them. Stung by declines in manufacturing, textiles and tobacco but emboldened by the possibilities of newer, skills-based industries in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, the state tried a novel approach
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Online Learning, Upscale (and Scaled Up)

09/12/2008

John Katzman has never aimed low. The first company he founded, the Princeton Review, went head on at the standardized testing industry and its assertion that the SAT and other exams couldn’t be “coached.” Hundreds of thousands of students (and hundreds of mill
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Teachers in pyjamas

05/22/2008

The advantages of learning by distance have long been recognised by students, but now new research among the people providing the training reveals that they too benefit from the flexibility and freedom.

Trainers imparting knowledge and skills to their students dressed only
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Many Uses for 'New York Times' Distance Ed Venture

04/09/2008

Instead of sifting through existing texts to find case studies suitable for his course, Matt Cookson decided to go straight to the source. In his Introduction to Public Relations class, which he teaches as an adjunct at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester, he uses content
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Ball State School of Nursing helps prepare more RNs for Miller's Health Systems

02/21/2008

Who did Miller's Health Systems Inc. — a leading statewide provider of nursing homes and assisted living facilities — call to increase its number of registered nurses? Ball State University's School of Nursing.

Indiana, and the rest of the nation, is in the midst of a nu
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