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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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Ideas to spark a love of learning

February 08, 2012 by Matt Loyd |

This is the first in a series of four posts on love and education here at the UNCG Online BlogLove of learning, learning for life, lifelong

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Digital learning goes mainstream

February 01, 2012 by Brook Corwin |

If the concept of learning via a computer once carried a stigma, then tens of millions of students and educators have since changed their minds.

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Continuing education online: this ain’t just basket weaving

January 25, 2012 by Bob Prout |

First, let’s deal with the elephant in the room: yes, you CAN learn basket weaving online. But there’s more to continuing education online than

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It's never too late: North Carolina adult education goes online

January 18, 2012 by Beth Boyett |

When you're younger than twenty-something, you can't imagine it'll ever happen. But one day you wake up and discover I'm an adult! Yikes! Where

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Unmasking the anonymous student

January 04, 2012 by Brook Corwin |
Back in the web’s early 90s heyday, the running joke was that “on the Internet, no one knows you’re a dog.”
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