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UNCG Develops Online History of Rock Course

June 17, 2014 by Kelly Paul |

UNCG Musicology Professor Kailan Rubinoff and UNCG's Division of Continual Learning (DCL) are developing MUS 329: History of Rock, an online

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A 30-Year Dialogue That Inspired a New Online Course

November 27, 2013 by Kelly Paul |
UNCG Emeritus Professor Bob Miller and Dean Emeritus John Young, co-creators of UNCG's new MLS 630 online course Revolutions in Scientific
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The digital assignment: 4 tips to make online courses more engaging

July 11, 2012 by Brook Corwin |

“I hate being educated, but I love to learn.” Joichi Ito, Director of MIT’s Media Lab, had plenty of memorable statements from his keynote during

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Teaching Online Is All About Communication

November 16, 2011 by Beth Boyett |

Despite the proliferation of online college degree programs and courses, there are very few teacher education programs or accreditation standards

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Your questions about online learning, answered at SXSW

Is online learning a joke? What does storytelling have to do with education? And how the @#&* do you teach music online?
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3 tips for turning class lectures into educational videos

August 18, 2011 by Brook Corwin |

Seated in class, students are a captive audience. Lectures can last the entire class period, travel down any number of tangents, and go without

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