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The Returning Student’s Complete Guide to an Online Degree

College is an investment of time, money and work. No matter if you attend a bricks-and-mortar college or if you want to obtain an online degree, you might conduct some research to learn more about colleges and the academic degrees … Continue reading

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25 Enlightening Q&A Sites for Educators, Teachers and Students

If you are seeking answers about various studies in classes or online or information about how to finance that education, you have access to several question and answer sites online. Educational resources, especially those questions pertaining to specific educational studies, … Continue reading

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50 Educational Blogs Every Online University Student Should Read

If you’re studying for a degree online, it might help to know what educators know about online learning — the news, policies, processes, technology, culture and resources that are pushing online education into the future. The following 50 educational blogs … Continue reading

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The History of Online Education in America: The Ultimate Web Guide

It may surprise you to learn that online education, or materials presented over the Internet to provide instruction on any given subject, was used by students before home computers became popular. University of Illinois scientists created a classroom system based … Continue reading

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Top 40 Video Web Sites for Teachers

Learning can come from books, or it can come from streaming TV interviews about books and authors. Video produced by universities, major television networks and organizations all provide entertaining and enlightening shows, lectures and films that can enhance learning experiences … Continue reading

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Top 20 Most Influential People In Online Learning

If you’ve ever wanted to know some of the names behind educational projects such as OpenCourseWare or e-learning options for the state of Texas, then we’ve got the goods. The individuals on this list of the top 20 most influential … Continue reading

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25 Essential Free iPhone Apps for College Students

Now that you’re in college, it’s time to leave the iPhone bubble wrap app and other gimmicky noisemakers behind. If you own an iPhone or an iPod Touch, you can get ahead of the game with some of the most … Continue reading

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Top 50 Global Education Blogs

Technology as well as the ability to travel has helped many students and educators reach out to learn and to teach others how to institute a global learning environment. The following list of top fifty education blogs show the broad … Continue reading

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Top 50 Official University Blogs

Making a commitment to a two- to four-year college degree is much like getting married. If you do not know what you’re walking into, that commitment may fail. Getting to know a college is imperative for success in many instances. … Continue reading

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The World’s 50 Best Open Courseware Collections

Do you ever wonder why the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) might be more memorable than other technological schools? To become memorable, a school must reach out to people in ways that seem beneficial. Alumni organizations can help spread the … Continue reading

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