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5 Questions to Ask Before Taking an Online Course

It’s no secret that online learning is flexible and convenient. But how do you know if the program you’re considering will offer a high-quality learning experience? Start with these five questions.

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As Tech Shapes Future, Employers Want Soft Skills

May 18, 2018 by Karen Grossman |

While technology skills are certainly helpful in today’s changing workplace, studies find that employers are looking for employees with soft skills, according to an article by Jeffrey J. Selingo in The Washington Post.

Being able to communicate will make you a hot commodity in today’s job

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Gain the Tools for Nonprofit Management

April 24, 2018 by Karen Grossman |

Elena Dalton knew she wanted to work for a nonprofit. She felt like she had the potential but wasn’t sure where to focus.

The online Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management (NPM) at UNC Greensboro gave her the confidence she needed.

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Theatre 100: This Online Course is a Showstopper

March 19, 2018 by Miranda Lim |

Your screen pulls back the curtains as you go behind the scenes of theatrical performances in THR100: Drama Appreciation. This undergraduate online course gives students a front row seat to an in-depth study of theatre as a dynamic, living art form — all from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

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Coffee Shop Theme Perks Up an Undergraduate Microeconomics Course

February 16, 2018 by Miranda Lim |

ECO 201: Principles of Microeconomics is an undergraduate economics course in UNC Greensboro's Bryan School of Business and Economics. More than 500 students enroll in the course every semester, taking the fully online version or the hybrid version

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Taking the Fear Out of Online Learning

October 26, 2017 by Miranda Lim |
Cackling witches, shuffling zombies, eerie ghosts, online classes... Wait, what? Creepy ghouls aside, online learning is nothing to be afraid of! Here are a few reasons why.
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Online Graduate Certificate Focuses on African Studies

September 19, 2017 by Karen Grossman |

Dr. Cerise Glenn says when she speaks about the Greensboro Four and the Sit-In Movement of 1960 to her students, something that strikes them is how young the protesting students were.

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