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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Momenta Learning No. 24 News on Elearning and Online Learning

Welcome to the No. 24 Issue of Momenta Learning News on Elearning and Online Learning.

Keep on learning: Winter E-Camp engages students during break

Ian McGuire, a student at Edwards Middle School, works on an art project in the Art Around the World in 4 Days class Tuesday at the Winter E-Camp, held this week at the Rockdale Career Academy in Conyers. During this week's break for Rockdale County Public Schools, 84 students are continuing their learning through the camp's many enrichment activities.

NAFSA E-LEARNING SEMINAR: Interpreting and Responding to Travel Warnings in Education Abroad

Online Course on the Primary Prevention Component of the SABG

This course provides information on the statutory, regulatory, and programmatic requirements of Subtance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant (SABG) primary prevention component. Primary prevention is a required component of the SABG. Grantees must spend no less than 20% of their SABG allotment on substance abuse primary prevention strategies.

How to Escape the Student Loan Debt Crisis: Online College Degrees

When the stock market had its epic 2008 collapse, millions of Americans angrily questioned how something so outrageous could occur without the media giving it much notice.

MIT, Boeing, NASA, and edX to launch online architecture and systems engineering program

MIT is collaborating with Boeing and NASA to develop a four-part online, certificate-based program: "Architecture and Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems." Delivered by MIT Professional Education via the edX platform, the courses will marry the research and knowledge of MIT's world-renowned faculty with lessons and case studies in industry and government from Boeing and NASA professionals.

Indiana first in nation to launch education program for cybercrimes

Published: INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana State Police Department is starting a statewide effort to educate young people about cyber victimization. State police announced the Indiana Internet Crimes Against Children program on Monday morning. Indiana already has a unit to investigate Internet crimes against children.

University of Phoenix Tries to Hush Haters With a Wry Rendition of 'If I Only Had a Brain'

After a brutal few years, the University of Phoenix is ready to rise from the ashes. The largely online, for-profit school is trying to turn its struggling business around-while fighting negative perceptions of its programs-with a glossy ad blitz, one of its historic strengths.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to offer hunter education class

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will conduct the skill session of the Missouri Department of Conservation Hunter Education Class.

Young Pushes Availability Of Online, Blended Learning

ALBANY - In a world increasingly dependent on technology, a local lawmaker believes education is heading in the same direction. State Sen.

Tech fair spotlights digital learning - Warwick Beacon

Sixth graders at Warwick Neck Elementary became the teachers last Thursday as the school celebrated Digital Learning Day with a "tech fair." The national digital learning day is actually celebrated on Feb. 17, but because schools will be on February vacation, Warwick Neck decided to host theirs a week early.

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