Is Online Learning For You?
More and more college students are taking classes online, according to a new survey by the College Board and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. About 3.2 million people took at least one college course online during the fall of 2005 term, compared to 2.3 million in the fall of 2004.
Highland promotes online class offerings
FREEPORT - Want to learn the basics of a computer spreadsheet program? Or study meteorology? Cant get away to a classroom? Educational opportunities may be only a mouse-click away at Highland Community College, where online classes have been offered since 2000, according to college officials.
Personal enrichment courses offered at LCC
Openings are available in the following Prime Time course (formerly Senior Studies courses) and Community Education courses offered through Lower Columbia College in November.
Online college courses are increasing in popularity here and nationwide
Mirroring a national college trend, more Troy University students are taking online courses. More than half of Troys 27,000 students on campuses throughout the world are taking one or more of their courses online.
Plasterers give college award
TELFORD College has won a top award for its plastering courses. The Worshipful Company of Plasterers Training Awards handed the college the Harmer Trophy and the Scottish Regional Certificate for its overall plastering excellence.
Kilgore College Announces New Online Courses Online career training now easier than ever with self-paced, non-credit programs. Online career training courses are in heavy demand.
Survey says freshmen not prepared for college
By Rob Moritz Arkansas News Bureau LITTLE ROCK - Nearly half of Arkansas college professors who teach freshman-level courses are not satisfied with the work their first-year students are doing, according to survey results released Wednesday.
Judge For Yourself: Skillsmark Accredited College Sales Hit Six Figures
Accredited provider of legal training, ILEX Tutorial College celebrating selling 100,000th course November 2006. ...
Number of NTB apprentices at College drop 18 percent
The number of National Training Board (NTB) apprentices studying at Bermuda College has dropped by about 18 percent in the last year, according to new figures.
Need Help Finding the Online Degree Program thats Right for You?
(ARA) - Want to increase your earnings? Need a kick start to advance your career? People serious about achieving those goals used to have to quit their jobs and go back to school to get ahead, but not anymore.