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Oxford Home Study College

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If you want to be a part of online educational system, Oxford Home Study College is offering you a golden chance. College is offering numerous free online courses for all over the world. Interested...

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Free Website Builder | Create a Free Website | - 0 views

shared by coyerly on 14 Mar 15 - Cached
    Create a free website with Customize with Wix' free website builder, no coding skills needed. Choose a design, begin customizing and be online today!
Lisa Jones

STUDYBLUE | Find and share online flashcards and notes from StudyBlue. Any subject, any... - 9 views

    A great way to utilize your mobile apps for studying. You can make flashcards and take it with you where ever you go - free app.

Why Do you opt for Part time University study courses - 1 views

    The benefits and advantages associated with part time university study makes it a popular and sought after option amongst working professionals.Read this article and know your answer.
Tanja Scott

Everything You Thought You Knew About Learning Is Wrong | GeekDad | - 5 views

    • Tanja Scott
      Great way to think about creating your online courses - nothing is linear and learning is tailored to the individual
Karen Smolarek

Dweeber - 6 views

    provides a format for students to study together, get help from "gurus". It's like studying with your friends, without having them with you.
Carolyn Jenkins

JuncoHeibergerLokenTwitterEngagementGrades.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 0 views

    This article is a description of a study conducted with pre-health profession students assigned randomly to an experimental or control group to measure the effect of using Twitter as an educational intervention on student engagement and grades. The study contributes new evidence based knowledge for educators, counselors, and researchers interested in the effect of integrating technology into the learning environment. Midwest Consortium for Service-Learning in Higher Education and the Corporation for National and Community Service funded the study. Reynol Junco PhD, a licensed professional counselor and Associate Professor at Lock Haven University; Greg Heibergert MS, Advisor and Instructor for Pre-Health Professionals at South Dakota State University; and Eric Loken PhD, a Research Associate and Professor at Pennsylvania State University coauthored the article reporting on their study. The authors measured engagement using 19 questions extracted from the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) and grades using grade point average (GPA). Quantitative and qualitative analysis of Twitter activity and specific educational interventions using Twitter were described in rich detail. The outcomes were statistically significant increase in engagement and grades as measured by the modified NSSE and GPA. There were several limitations addressed in the study that could be opportunities for future studies. The authors pointed out that integrating social media in and of itself will probably not have the same effect. It is the engagement between faculty and students using the technology that the authors suggest make the difference in the outcomes.
riz lee

MBA study notes and guide - 0 views

    MBA study notes,guide,articles,tips of gmat,university guide, presentations,definitions and other helping stuff for mba
Tracey Stockel

Study Guides and Strategies - 2 views

    • Tracey Stockel
      This site has some great organizational ideas and tools. Great to keep handy to help students (and me) make some sense out of information. Also avalable in sevral languages
Jodi Thesing-Ritter

JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching - 2 views

    Study answers the research question, "What have researchers discovered about the experience of teaching online in higher education?"
    Interesting research focusing on teaching of online courses rather than learning.
Audray Weber

Study: Online Education Continues Its Meteoric Growth - US News and World Report - 0 views

    Trends for online learning.
Nicole Kind

Shmoop - 8 views

shared by Nicole Kind on 26 Feb 10 - Cached
    A great resource for teachers and students. It provides credible information about various subjects. The writers have a sense of humor, so students find the writing engaging. The content is written by graduate students from leading universities. There is also a section for teachers which provides test materials and lesson plans.
Nicole Kind

Global Scholar - 0 views

    This is an online tutoring site, addressing the needs of every level and discipline. While the site charges for tutoring, they have a wealth of links and resources that are free for students, including resources on many of the texts I use.
Nicole Kind

AP Central - 0 views

    This is a great resource for students who are looking for help with the AP exam. This site provides study aides and practice exams, including multiple choice and essay prompts. The site also provide links and FAQs colleges and their AP acceptance criteria.
Maureen Haig

Free-Ed.Net - 0 views

    Self-described as 'The world's largest, fastest growing, most highly regarded source of totally free education.' No grades, degrees or certificates. Mainly a good source for personal enrichment. Look to see what these type of sites are like.
sudipta roy

FireUp in Business Bhaskar (Dainik Bhaskar) - 0 views

    FireUp is widely accepted as the best Online CAT Preparation portal. The same is supported by India's most selling Hindi daily, Dainik Bhaskar in the given article. FireUp equips students to face the challenges thrown by the computerization of CAT (it is going online from 2009!!)
sudipta roy

FireUp is the brain child of an IIM alumni - 0 views

    FireUp is the brain child of an IIM alumni Mr.Vineet Patawari, who has followed his heart to make a paradigm shift in the entire education system and brought into existence....
sudipta roy

Tips to IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY | Quicker Maths - 0 views

    A good vocabulary is a valuable asset in this world. When people listen to you speak, a good vocabulary tells them if you are intelligent or not. By increasing your vocabulary, you can improve you chance of success in written examinations, Group Discussions and even in interviews.
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