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Magazine articles on distance learning and online education.
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T.H.E. Journal
August 2003
Gaylord & Tolliver
Sharing E-Learning Services: Former Rivals Improve Education While Stretching Dollars Technology makes strange bedfellows. Archrivals on the football field and steely competitors for Ohio's best students, we at The University of Akron and Kent State University are joining forces to share an e-learning infrastructure. mark for My Articles 309 similar articles
August 1, 2003
Stephanie Overby
The World's Largest Classroom It wasn't exactly smooth sailing when the IT department at the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) in Pensacola, Fla., set out to develop its e-learning system, now the nation's largest. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
June 2003
Lynn Feist
Removing Barriers to Professional Development This article reports the results of a study to examine the types of professional development activities that met the needs of instructors who are involved in online course development. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
Information Today
May 19, 2003
Marylaine Block
Gates Foundation and OCLC Announce WebJunction On May 12, representatives from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and OCLC announced the creation of WebJunction. The site is intended to provide "a community-centered online space to share that knowledge through conversations, online classes, and instructional documents." mark for My Articles 309 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
April 2003
Linda Cooper
Interdisciplinary, Intercultural Online Courses Provide a Global Education Experience In an attempt to improve students' understanding of global issues, schools are seeking new ways to incorporate international education into their curriculum. mark for My Articles 484 similar articles
Fast Company
March 2003
Bill Breen
The Hard Life and Restless Mind of America's Education Billionaire John Sperling was born dirt-poor, fell in with Communists, and became a union organizer who led a disastrous strike. Today, he runs the world's largest for-profit university -- and a company whose shares are defying gravity on Wall Street. So why do so many smart people seem to hate him? mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
February 2003
Jaclyn Scott
Don't Forget the Little People: A Vision for an Online Kindergarten Learning Community Kindergarten students are unique because they are at the beginning stages of learning how to be independent individuals. They are dependent on adults to supervise, protect and guide them through life and learning experiences. These principles apply to a virtual learning community. mark for My Articles 638 similar articles
New Architect
February 2003
Gordon Bass
Shoot to Sell Turn to Mandalay Entertainment for online education. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Information Today
January 13, 2003
Paula J. Hane
Columbia University to Close Columbia University has announced that it plans to close, its money-losing online learning portal, as of March 31. The decision is part of a larger university plan to more closely integrate its wide-ranging digital media operations over the next several months. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
December 2002
Michael T. Eskey
Distance Learning With the Electronic Army University, each soldier is given the opportunity to receive a quality education, while the Army retains an educated member. mark for My Articles 293 similar articles
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