Baltimore, MD (January 19, 2016) Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU), in partnership with The Learning House, Inc. (Learning House), a leading cloud-based technology provider of solutions that enable […]
October 24, 2014
By: Molly Guthrey
Cheryl Strayed became famous after writing about walking and grieving on the Pacific Crest Trail, but the Midwest is a special place for her, too.
May 5, 2014
Campbellsville University, a Christian institution, on Saturday announced plans to introduce an online chapel in the fall. The goal is to provide online students with the same spiritual opportunities […]
August 19, 2013
By Eric Hoover
As admissions officers prepare for fall recruitment, there’s plenty of doom in the forecast. Pundits and presidents alike say some small colleges, hampered by […]
For 45 years, David Dial loved everything that came with being a cop. Patrol. Rising up through the ranks. Serving as chief in Naperville for 22 years. […]
This quarter we interviewed Carmella M. Moran, RN, PhD , Dean of Aurora University Online and Director of the School of Nursing for Aurora University, in Aurora, Illinois.
Q. When and […]
March 6, 2013
As Grace College quickly becomes one of the quality providers in online education, some notable achievements are emerging. Tim Ziebarth, director of Online Education, along with a […]
February 25, 2013
Online Education Trends
It is unrealistic to expect physical classrooms to disappear in the near future, especially in K-12. However, many teachers are now using a blended […]
January 30, 2013
By Stefanie Lulay
Aurora University will be offering top degree programs in an online format, officials announced Wednesday.
Called Aurora University Online, the school is now enrolling for five- […]
November 29, 2012
By Andrew Creasey
Starting winter term at Klamath Community College, students will be able to take some of their courses online, a development that could mean future growth […]