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December 14 2017, 7:05AM PST

Curious About An Online Degree? Learn Everything!

Are you interested in obtaining an online undergraduate or graduate degree? If so, you're probably full of questions: Which programs are accredited? Which is the right program to me? Will employers respect my degree? Can I get financial aid? What...

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Courses for distance learning librarians

Over at LibraryHQ.com there is a great listing for those looking into library degrees via distance learning....

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Online Education Helps Students Overcome Adversity

Besides being blessed with delightfully creative names, brothers Famous and Special Kirk have recently encountered another blessing: a chance to further their education online. Among the huge devastation left in Hurricane Katrina's wake was the ruining of many schools and...

Online education has no barriers.

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Job outlook positive for 2006 college graduates

by Claire Duffett, Journal Staff

SYRACUSE " College seniors entering the job market in 2006 are finding more jobs at higher salaries. Graduates at Syracuse University (SU) are experiencing the same trend, SU's career-services professionals say.

In 2005, SU graduates' starting salaries exceeded pre-Sept.11, 2001, figures for the first time, says Michael Cahill, Center for Career Services director.

Cahill believes that 2006 salaries will exceed last year's numbers, but says it is too early to determine by what margin, he says.

In 2005, the [Read More]

Va. law would lift degree requirement

No other state requires home-school parents to have a college degree if they don't want to follow a set state-approved curriculum.
March 14, 2006

After 16 years of home schooling her seven children, ages 5 to 19, Betsy White knows how to get them to read, to understand arithmetic and to research anything she doesn't know.

But public school teachers have something White doesn't have - a college degree.

Without a degree, the Gloucester County mom had to submit a detailed [Read More]

Online universities put 'learning resources' on the Web

[March 13, 2006]
(Billings Gazette (MT) (KRT) Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge)

Mar. 13--Talk about flexible, Connie Keogh can work just about anywhere she can carry her laptop.

She's logged hours in coffee shops, airports and even while sitting on the beach.

"Pretty much, when I'm working, I have the laptop in front of me and I'm either on the phone or getting ready to make a call," she said.

Keogh, an Absarokee native, is a faculty member of Western Governors University, an online university headquartered [Read More]

Students Earn Degrees Online

By: Angela Blanchard

Lesley Frohlich is planning to graduate in June with a 2 year degree in business management. But she has never been required to set foot in class. A majority of colleges and universities are now offering online courses. One study shows at least 2.3 million people took an online course in 2004. Online learning was originally designed for students living far from campus. Now, that`s not always the case. Frohlich lives just fifteen minutes from school, but [Read More]

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