e-learning News - April 2012
Patten University produces distance learning courses28 April 2012
Patten University is providing e-learning courses this summer.
E-learning awards launched in Northern Ireland27 April 2012
Dr Stephen Farry has launched the inaugural e-learning innovation awards in Northern Ireland.
University of Wisconsin-Madison innovates with e-learning26 April 2012
E-learning is enhancing the education of University of Wisconsin-Madison students.
Virtual learning environment to help people collect debts from mentally ill25 April 2012
BCW Group has invested in an e-learning tool to help debt collectors deal with people with mental health problems.
Online learning 'transforming education in Emirates'23 April 2012
E-learning is making a big impact in the United Arab Emirates.
Online training course 'will help people lose visceral fat'21 April 2012
An e-learning course will help people lose visceral fat, a nutritionist has said.
E-learning courses 'need effective management'19 April 2012
An expert has said e-learning could be very useful in South African education.
Refugees 'inspired to study' through e-learning19 April 2012
Refugees are being inspired with e-learning courses.
Online learning to reach Jamaican primary schools17 April 2012
Education minister Ronald Thwaites has called on primary educators to use e-learning.
E-learning 'will complement traditional education rather than supplant it'17 April 2012
In the future, e-learning will support classroom education, it has been said.
Online learning 'has corporate benefits'14 April 2012
E-learning has benefits for both schools and businesses.
Vatican and Oxford to make ancient texts open for online learning12 April 2012
The Vatican and Oxford University are collaborating to put old texts online.
Fijian educators go on e-learning course12 April 2012
The Fiji Public Service Commission is promoting e-learning.
Online learning with social media 'could help foreign language students'10 April 2012
An expert has made suggestions regarding how foreign language teachers can use social media.
Virtual College continues to buck the economic trend 05 April 2012
As part of its expansion, Virtual College is delighted to announce the appointment of seven new members of staff to meet the ever increasing demand for its e-learning products at this time of significant business growth for the organisation.
SFCC invests in e-learning courses05 April 2012
SFCC has invested in e-learning courses.
Iowa lawmakers discuss online learning bills05 April 2012
Iowa legislators are looking into online learning.
Tennessee lawmakers look into online learning04 April 2012
Tennessee lawmakers are examining e-learning.
SSIF revamps website to support e-learning courses03 April 2012
E-learning course facilitator SSIF has upgraded its website.