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November 29th, 2016
Anonymous

Jennifer Morrison, a blogger at Military Career Education, compiled a list of iOS and Andriod apps for students to utilize and optimize their time. We've taken her list and added a couple suggestions of our own. Read below to learn more about some of the great apps that are available! 



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June 9th, 2015
Kris Powers
At universities across the globe, technology marches on. Here is an overview of what is trending in campus technology and what is on the horizon for higher education.
April 29th, 2015
jenniferM

As online classes play more of a role in earning a college degree or getting a certificate, myths about online learn remain. From personal account to research, we’ve learned that most of these myths just aren’t true. 

April 22nd, 2015
jenniferM

By: Jennifer M. Morrison



April 22 is Earth Day and many people will be taking some time out of their day to do something great from the environment. Any effort to help our environment is a noble task but it should be something we carry through our daily lives the whole year round. Online learning is actually a great way to “go green”. Don’t believe me? Here are four ways online learning is green friendly.

January 9th, 2015
Angela Caban
Once you make your goals for 2015, do you have a plan on how to stay organized and manage your everyday busy life?
January 7th, 2015
Angela Caban
We have compiled a list of the top five apps for both iOS and Andriod that we think every student should utilize to optimize their time as a student.
December 15th, 2014
Angela Caban
For some, going back to school online may seem a bit intimidating. Many adults seeking to continue their education may lack computer skills, but online programs DO provide technical support to students.
December 8th, 2014
Angela Caban

By: Jennifer Morrison

Let’s talk about how you can survive going back to school during holiday season. It seems hopeless, right?  You have discusions, assignments, and friends and family cajoling you to come to their parties. And you can’t forget about gift shopping and working that job to pay for all those gifts and traveling. But I promise you it is completely manageable to not only survive the season but also succeed.

It’s a sprint not a marathon.

December 2nd, 2014
Angela Caban

By: Angela Caban

We live in uncertain economic times where many think, “Why should I spend money on an education?” You may hesitate to do so, but these investments can really pay off and advance your career. I am not only talking about the monetary investment, although that may sometimes be the biggest factor in going back to school, but the investment of time.

One of the main ways to invest in your career is through education. When you make an investment in your education, you invest in yourself.

November 21st, 2014
Angela Caban

By: Jennifer M. Morrison

For the last half century, the idea that a four year degree is the only way to secure a career and the middle-class has permeated our educational system. This idea has caused a myriad of problems including an economy left without skilled trade workers and high school students who are either force themselves into four year degree programs or those who are left adrift unsure of their next step.

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