e-learning News - May 2012
E-learning scheme for Jersey schools revealed30 May 2012
E-learning is to reach Jersey.
E-learning 'is transforming education'30 May 2012
Online learning is altering education fundamentally, it has been said.
'Most US school districts' enable distance learning online28 May 2012
The US Education Department has released its Condition of Education Report.
University of St Andrews approves postgraduate online training course26 May 2012
An aquaculture postgraduate course has been approved by the University of St Andrews.
Online learning students 'process information faster'24 May 2012
New research has indicated online learning helps students pick up information faster than in a classroom or lecture hall.
Social media 'driving' online learning24 May 2012
Social media and new technology such as Skype is helping drive the popularity of online learning, experts have suggested.
E-learning course 'should help clinicians treat anxiety'23 May 2012
An online training course in anxiety treatments has been produced.
Virtual learning environments 'benefit students and teachers'22 May 2012
An expert has said more schools should use digital learning.
Online learning champion appointed as MIT president19 May 2012
MIT has appointed Leo Reif as its 17th president.
Welsh education minister calls for online learning to play greater role in university18 May 2012
Leighton Andrews has noted the value of online learning.
E-learning tool 'should help GPs understand dementia'17 May 2012
An online learning course has been set up to increase the knowledge GPs have of dementia.
Indian e-learning courses attracting wide range of learners16 May 2012
The online training offered by CEPT is reportedly attracting a wide range of students.
Online learning 'has benefits over traditional settings'15 May 2012
It has been said e-learning has a number of advantages over traditional academic models.
Online learning takes off in Phoenix12 May 2012
E-learning is rapidly growing in Phoenix.
Architectural technology e-learning course praised in awards ceremony11 May 2012
An e-learning course from the University of Ulster has received an award.
Malaysian youths 'should embrace e-learning'09 May 2012
An expert has claimed the young in Malaysia should become involved in e-learning.
E-learning 'could change the world'09 May 2012
It has been said e-learning could transform education.
Youngster stays on top of courses with e-learning solutions05 May 2012
A Wauwatosa student is using e-learning solutions
MIT and Harvard reveal online learning details04 May 2012
MIT and Harvard have announced online learning project edX.
Harvard and MIT partner over online learning02 May 2012
Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are to announce an online learning partnership.