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September 25 2017, 3:31PM PDT

Net Impact Conference Offers Networking Opportunities for MBA Students

The 2007 Net Impact Conference is set to be held at the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management in Nashville, Tennessee. The conference will take place on November 2-3 and is expected to attract more than 2,000 MBA graduate students and young professionals. According to Exduco.net, the Net Impact Conference is:

the world's largest annual gathering for MBA students and young professionals focused on corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, international development and environmental management. Participants will explore the latest ideas, trends, [Read More]

Even Grade School Students Can Go to School Online

Students in the state of Washington now have a viable alternative to spending their entire day sitting in a classroom. According to the Yamika Herald-Republic, a number of public online schools have opened up across Washington, offering courses to children from kindergarten to 12th grade:

These new public, online schools were created when the Legislature passed a 2005 law that allowed for the expansion of digital learning programs, more commonly known as "virtual schools."

Many high schools offer online classes, but [Read More]

Teachers in Texas Aren���t Making the Grade.

Testing in Texas is showing an alarming number of teachers who cannot pass the basic certifications tests.

Testing is a part of life. Most professions require some sort of test and you only get so many tries. But a News Station Investigation shows - when it comes to teaching or running a school, for thousands of North Texas educators its try, try and try again���and again.

The anticipation and pressure mounts on most any public school student in Texas every year as [Read More]

Teamwork and Leadership Skills are Key for MBA Students

MBA students are finding that skills in communications and confidence are essential to their success in the business world.

Indeed, a growing number of employers agree that it is communication, leadership, teamwork, and other so-called soft skills that truly distinguish M.B.A. candidates today. According to a 2006 survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council, nearly two fifths of employers say these are extremely important in selection and hiring. "The globalization of business requires companies to operate across a wider degree of [Read More]

School Review: Fisher College Online

Fisher College was founded in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1903. It was one of the first accredited colleges to offer an online course component in 1997 when administrators opened Fisher College Online -- the school's Internet campus. Since then, their online studies program has grown and now awards certificates, associates, and bachelor's degrees through solely-online programs.

Fisher College Online conducts its online classes through a program called Blackboard -- one of the leading e-learning software systems currently on the market. Online [Read More]

School Review: San Francisco State University

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San Francisco State University was founded in 1899 in San Francisco, California. Online courses at San Francisco State are offered through the College of Extended Learning which awards Professional Development Certificates, Academic Certificates, CEUs, and also offers non-credit classes. The College of Extended Learning at San Francisco State University caters primarily to nontraditional students and professionals by offering flexible courses and transferable-degree-credit courses. However, enrollment in San Francisco State Universities online programs is [Read More]

Walden University MS in Computer Engineering

Enhance your competitive edge in the ever-changing field of technology by earning your graduate degree in computer engineering at Walden University. Founded through the sponsorship of IBM, Motorola, Hewlett-Packard, and Lockheed Martin, Walden University's College of Engineering has helped technology professionals stay ahead of the innovation curve for more than 20 years.

Walden's online MS in Computer Engineering program will prepare you to work in the dynamic field of digital technology through an engaging, online learning environment. The curriculum focuses [Read More]

Ready to Learn Online?

So you want to learn online... Sounds good, convenient, and easy right? It could be a total waste of time if you don't know exactly what you're in for. Before signing up for an online course or program it's important that you know what kind of skills are needed, and in what format the class will be delivered.

Computer Skills
No online student can be successful if they are not comfortable navigating the Internet. Many people say that [Read More]


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