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Award offered to NZ teachers with e-Learning passion

Teachers with a passion for e-learning are invited to become a CORE Foundation eFellow. This award recognises innovative e-learning practice by New Zealand teachers. Up to six educators will be supported through master classes and research into innovative e-learning practices in their schools through 2012. Continue reading Award offered to NZ teachers with e-Learning passion

Ashworth High School Changes Name to James Madison High School

Ashworth College an internationally recognized online education company, has announced that its high school division, Ashworth High School, will return to its former moniker James Madison High School, effective January 2011. This announcement coincides with the 15th anniversary of the original James Madison High School brand.
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Where are the new online learning markets?

Broad band subscriptions reached 508,761,837 in the third quarter of 2010, according to figures prepared by Point Topic (http://www.point-topic.com) and announced today by the Broadband Forum in its Global Broadband and IPTV Industry Update. Over 14.3 million lines were added in the third quarter alone. For those of us in eLearning this of course means there are more connected people out there who could potentially be our future online students.

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Pros and Cons of Online Education

Online degrees have become a popular option for many people who are looking to further their education. Obtaining an education online can be beneficial for many different situations. However, as with any education option, there are pros and cons of online education. By properly educating yourself about the advantages and disadvantages of obtaining an online degree, you will be able to decide whether an online education is the right choice for you.

 

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