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Students Should Take Heed When Higher Education Is Generalized

This is the era of academic globalization. Developing countries, along with Eastern Europe and parts of Asia, are experiencing the trend: Foreign academic institutions, working with local ..
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Funding the Education

As the US financial system is blooming, the inequality carries on to rise between rich and poor, and correlatively, between the scientifically adjusted classes and the technologically ..
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Serving the Extraordinary Ones

Equity in education is a laudable goal. But it's very difficult to attain in the United States, with its thousands of school districts and 50 different state education authorities. Still, access to a .
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Technological Advancements in Online Learning

Online learning is the hot topic these days as millions of dollars are being invested in new technologies, such as the Internet, with the expectation that education at all levels will be ..
(February 28, 2008)
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The Bright Tomorrow of Online Education

Online education will play a major role in the future of postsecondary education in America. Colleges and universities are scrambling to be aboard, and state legislatures, with long-term economy in ..
(February 28, 2008)
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New Opportunities for Distance Learners

Every fall millions of students across the country go back to school. Armed with lunchboxes, backpacks, and even laptops, students fill classrooms in elementary and high schools as well as colleges ..
(February 26, 2008)
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Online Learning and Higher Education

One way that the use of networks in online learning could be approached is to take a conventional campus-based model of higher education, with lectures and tutorials, and overlay these with ..
(February 27, 2008)
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Online Education in Developing Countries

What we see up-and-coming is a society of Open and Distance Learning Institutions with a strong association among themselves. Sometimes this collaboration involves the exchange of course materials, ..
(February 27, 2008)
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Is The Online Education Market Saturated?

In nuclear physics, critical mass is defined as the minimum mass of material needed to undergo a continuous chain reaction. Today, we are witnessing the emergence of critical mass in online ..
(February 27, 2008)
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Responsibility of Running Schools Lies on Whom?

In his something-for-everybody state of the Union address, the President outlined a dramatic new approach to federal education aid. Let's take that $15 billion the federal government spends each year .
(February 26, 2008)
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The Internet - It's Beyond the Reach Helpfulness

In an e-business world seemingly driven by competing forms of hype, this year's single loudest buzz is coming from the e-learning community. From Wall Street fortune-seekers to Ivy League professors, .
(February 25, 2008)
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Internet and Psychology

Internet applications range from university teaching to e-commerce and from virtual organizations to online dating. Traditional modes of communication have been replaced, expanded, and enriched by ..
(February 25, 2008)
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Online Learning and Its Benefits

Virtual instruction is big right now. Twelve states have established online high schools. Twenty-five states have cyber charter schools. Thirty-two states have e-learning initiatives underway. ..
(February 24, 2008)
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Effectiveness of Distance Learning

New technologies allow us to increase access to more information, as well as giving us the potential to change the traditional role of teachers, who will be able to shift their educational interest ..
(February 24, 2008)
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Issues Affecting Online Learning

Numerous themes that will help direct future research surfaced in the six literature reviews in this special issue. One theme is the merging of computer mediated communications (CMC) and hypermedia. ..
(February 24, 2008)
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Online Education

Online education was reviewed three years ago preceded by Oscar Wilde's quotation “The whole theory of modern education is radically unsound. Fortunately, in England at any rate, education ..
(February 24, 2008)
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Role of Computers in the Promotion of Environmental Education

Computers have caused a revolution in education, but the tremendous changes seen in the last decade may be surpassed in the next as those computers are connected in a global education network. ..
(February 20, 2008)
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Technology Learning Conquered Traditional Learning in Schools

Computers are in the schools. Whether they are in labs, in the library, in mobile pods, or in individual classrooms, the computers are there. But what will it take to ensure that these computers are ..
(February 21, 2008)
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When Home Becomes A Technology-Based Center of Education

Making the most of computer software often involves activities that take kids away from the keyboard. The best learning takes place when kids transfer knowledge they gain elsewhere to their work at ..
(February 21, 2008)
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Internet and Education

One of the quiet revolutions to accompany the Internet has been a change in the role and stature of correspondence college. Although some of the older institutions have probably been around since the .
(February 20, 2008)
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Online Learning and Its Impacts

The Internet has been put to yet another utility, as more and more students are switching to studying for their degrees, a process that is part of a global industry by the name of online learning. In .
(February 20, 2008)
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Distance Learning and Its Trends

Distance learning companies must face the challenges of selling their wares into the K-12 market and overcoming the lack of teacher training to use their new products, but there is still a lot for ..
(February 20, 2008)
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Online Education and K-12 Students

How do we gain finest knowledge? Any educator will let you know that straight practice is the best teacher. Repeatedly, classroom educators will perform research and demonstration or have the ..
(February 19, 2008)
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Consequences - When Education Is Biased

Although a noble concept education does not serve all the purposes it was meant to serve. The issue at hand, the fact that education tends to reaffirm existing inequalities, is not easy to explain ..
(February 19, 2008)
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How Effective Is Distance Education?

Thomas Edison predicted early this century that motion pictures would replace textbooks as the principal medium of instruction. In a new study to be released today, the College Board cites that ..
(February 19, 2008)
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