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Black Institutions Embracing the Internet for Delivering Education Online

August 7th, 2013

Even though public black colleges and universities have not made any significant progress towards online learning, they are gradually increasing their online education offering, which says a lot about the growing popularity of distance education.

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Applying to Online School? You May Not Have To Pay The Application Fee!

July 30th, 2013

On the surface, $30-35 may not seem that much when counting your application fee towards college costs, right? But if you are like most students in America, you’ll probably be applying to 4-5 colleges or online schools at the same time, and all together, the application fee can add up to quite an amount.

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The Helping Hand for Online Students – Scholarships and Funding For Online Programs Becomes More Widespread

July 16th, 2013

As much as we’d want to, not everyone is born with a golden spoon. This may not hit one as much as when dreaming about further studies in an inflation-ridden, super expensive college education system.

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Future of Online Classes and Courses? Bright, Shining and Ready To Boom!

July 2nd, 2013

The world of education is really raving about Georgia Tech’s latest announcement of an Online Master’s In Computer Science at literally quarter the cost – $7,000 to be precise – of a traditional on-campus degree. After all, the bar has really been raised high in the domain of online education which had previously seen growing interest in MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) by prestigious US universities.

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Making Reading Fun for Tots with Online Reading Programs

June 27th, 2013

So you though online learning is for adults only? Well, we’re sorry to break the news but it’s not! Even children as young as 3 years old can now join the online learning platform through creative programs such as Reading Eggs.

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