Why has e-learning been an awesome support for understudies far and wide? The prime explanation behind that will be that entrance to information was never open to all. Individuals with money related confinements, geological obstructions or physical obstacles who had minimal risk already in the scholarly circle now have the ways to deep rooted learning […]
For military veterans returning from active duty, the transition back into civilian life can be a difficult one.
Apart from the mental adjustment needed to move from being an active military member to living in civilian society, veterans may find themselves facing the effects of both physical injuries and psychological trauma. The big question for many veterans is “what now”?
They may already have families to support and be struggling with a drop in income since leaving the military. For some veterans, getting further education is a good way to learn new things and new ways of using their strengths and skills, while supporting themselves and their families.
Cisco Connected Classroom: students virtually see a life-size, floor-to-ceiling view of the professor teaching on the opposite coast/location.
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Cisco unveiled the learning experience of the future, one that blends life-size visual communication via tele-presence with collaboration technologies that significantly enhance the way faculty, students and alumni interact and learn, no matter how distant they may be from physical classroom.
[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] Deciding between the top schools can be a source of frustration for many (lucky) students, come April. It can be one of the most important decisions in your life as well as one of the toughest. In this article we will break down the pros and cons of the top colleges in America. […]
The first thought that comes to one’s mind when someone mentions academic dishonesty is cheating and plagiarism, the theft of ideas and other forms of intellectual property, which occur within an educational setting.
In high or secondary school, a standard penalty for academic dishonesty is a failing grade, where as in college it can result in expulsion.
However, still the most widely spread forms of academic dishonesty are cheating and plagiarism. These notions are usually easily identified, because a clear distinction between the terms is quite obscure.
Cheating comprises of giving and receiving information during an exam, using and dissemination of material during an exam, taking an exam or writing an exam for another student, or asking someone to do so, submitting the same paper for more than one course, misrepresenting and fabricating written work.
Tuition funding is a great demand for the budget and big challenge for the students, regardless of their age and social background (excluding the rich – of course!)
What you should know is that there are a variety of scholarships offered by a number of organizations.
Prospective students have to explore the US federal grants and service learning programs, together with the corporate sponsored scholarship programs, available employer assistance programs, as well as scholarships offered by civic organizations, colleges and universities.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) – free online courses offered by prestigious universities are getting more popular. The privileged students can no longer have the exclusivity of hearing the best professors. It was about time, most of the people eager to learn – would say!
Harvard University and MIT transformational new partnership in online education Trough edX collaborate to enhance campus-based teaching and learning, by building the global community of online learners.
Several years ago not everyone could follow the studies from Harvard or Yale, but thanks to the massive open online courses you only have to have the determination and to begin.
Harvard College is revered through the world for providing excellence in education. Many students dare not apply believing the college is beyond their academic credentials and financial reach. Here are just a few reasons you might want to reconsider and mark the institute down on your shortlist of chosen schools.
Why choose Harvard College?