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The award shows Rasmussen College is really dedicated to innovative and thoughtful approaches to online learning, according to hybrid classroom manager Heather Zink.
A new type of online course program is allowing students to learn in a new capacity. Students taking competency-based education (CBE) courses have the ability to earn credit quickly for knowledge they already have on the subject matter, as well as engage deeper with the new information they learn during the course. To learn more about these courses and how they may be beneficial for you, check out our infographic below.
Gamification is said to be one of the most important technology trends in recent history. But it's not just about Assassin's Creed, Fable III and Skyrim. Find out what you need to know to level-up to a college degree!
Competency-based learning is a new way to earn your degree online that takes a different, more flexible approach than the traditional online course format. Learn more about what the differences are between the traditional and competency-based models.
There are several options when it comes to online or traditional education degrees. But what's the big difference between online vs. traditional education? Find out the answer you never expected in this article.
Almost everyone has heard of online classes, and most people probably know someone who is currently enrolled in a course or two. Online courses are truly the latest thing to think about, and are becoming the "new classroom." We disclose to you the many benefits to earning an online degree.
Online learning has many more benefits than saving on gas money. Attending college as an online student can provide many advantages in a difficult hiring market. This post illustrates five key advantages of obtaining a degree online.
Ever wonder what differences are between online college and traditional universities? Check out this infographic to see a visual comparison.
This infographic traces outlines the array of learning technologies developed for online courses in the past decades.
Just as online courses and degrees have changed the face of traditional academia--webcams, social media, and collaborative virtual classroom tools are changing the face of online courses and degrees.