Online education enrollment in American community colleges increased by 9 percent from Fall 2009 – Fall 2010, according to a recently released survey. An ITC study Released on Tuesday by the Instructional Technology Council, the 2010 survey called  “Trends in eLearning: Tracking the impact of eLearning at Community Colleges” measured the impact of several developments… Read More


The University of Houston-Victoria (UHV) will offer an all-online Master of Education in Adult and Higher Education beginning in the fall. The new master’s program is targeted towards educators who want to teach or work with adults, or in higher educations, but need online offerings so they can work at their own pace at times… Read More


Many adults are heading back to school in an effort to stay competitive in the job market. As a result, some colleges are seeking to update their accreditation status to entice more students to choose their school. For instance, San Diego Continuing Education, which is a part of the San Diego Community College District’s adult… Read More


College Graduates Needed A recent report from the Lumina Foundation indicated that approximately 4.5 million new college graduates will be needed to satisfy the American workforce demand over the next 15 years. As a result, the educational organization has launched a new project that is intended to help working adults to enroll in campus-based and… Read More


Online education is convenient, allowing us to learn at our own speed and around our tight schedules. However, the flexibility and convenience of online education can be a double-edged sword. To a certain degree, online education is a solitary learning experience which requires discipline and self-motivation.
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