Pew Research recently conducted a survey in spring 2011. The survey consisted of a telephone survey using a nationally representative sample of adults ages 18 and older; and an online survey done in association with the Chronicle of Higher Education polling presidents of two-year and four-year private, public, and for-profit colleges and universities. The findings… Read More

Are you considering an online degree in teaching?  Whether it’s a Bachelor’s or Master’s you may be wondering which online colleges and universities offer the best of the best.   There is one university in particular you may be interested in learning about.  Have you heard of Western Governors University?    It is an accredited American University… Read More

Though educators and administrators have debates on the topic, an increasing amount of research shows that online education is beneficial to student learning. And now the U.S. Department of Education is seems to be taking sides in favor of online education as well: a study conducted by the department revealed that online learning has advantages… Read More

Economic and workforce conditions are just right for the expansion of online education in the Middle East, said University of Phoenix – Dubai center director Raj Kapoor. At the 1st QS-Maple conference, held on May 1 and 2 in Dubai, Kapoor gave a presentation persuading educators to increase online education to meet the future needs… Read More

Florida State University's College of Education recently announced that it will begin offering a certificate program to help train secondary school teachers in digital learning, the Tallahassee Democrat reports. Officials told the news provider that the new program, which is called Blended Online Learning and Teaching, will begin in May. The curriculum is offered online… Read More

Many prominent schools are beginning to see how online learning is shaping the education front. As a result, they are starting to convert some of their course and program offerings to the web-based format. Some universities are only converting general education courses to the online medium, while others are taking whole programs and making them… Read More

University of California (UC) at Irvine recently announced the launch of a new virtual teacher certificate program, which will be offered online. The program is designed to help provide professional instructors with the systematic planning and adaption of an online curriculum for K-12 learners as well as college students. "With traditional schools facing fewer resources… Read More

Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, which is located in North Carolina, recently announced that it will be offering an associates degree in pharmacy technology, the Salisbury Post reports. Officials told the news source that the program will consist of 69 credit hours, which will incorporate online, hybrid and classroom-based courses. They added that the curriculum… Read More