We take a look at online and blended learning, a growing trend in K-12 education. Here’s what you need to know.
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An online learning teacher discovers ways to keep her distance learners engaged.
A Project Eagle Grant helped St. Petersburg College begin to build up their online course offerings 15 years ago. Since then, momentum towards more innovative and effective educational models has only increased.
The best distance learning cameras will provide HD images, point-tilt-zoom capabilities, live-streaming and on-demand options and support content sharing.
Corporate Tech Decisions traveled to Boylston Plaza in Boston to attend MicroSoft’s #WorkingFromLumia event. The contest showcased MicroSoft products while promoting their work from home capabilities.
The University of Utah is advancing online course offerings through the building of its UOnline Center where a 112-computer subnet was created to allow for a controlled testing environment. The Center offers Lenovo ThinkCentre computers mounted beneath the desks with accompanying 19-inch Samsung LED-backlit screens. 22-inch screens are available for ADA compliance. Here, students take proctored online exams on computers that feature anti-cheating technology.
The Wait Experience Module reduces stress and wasted time while standing in lines on college campuses across the country.
When asked if they prefer Macs or PCs for a laptop, most students said they preferred a Mac.
Students confess that they could be doing other things instead of browsing Facebook.
Colleges should invest in the technologies that will make their long distance education programs top notch and attract prospective students.