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Subtle bias against students may be present in online classes

A new study by education researchers suggests that the kind of subtle racial discrimination known as implicit bias found in brick and mortar classrooms may be present in online college classes. Researchers from Stanford, the University of California – Irvine and Vanderbilt University began by creating fictitious online student identities. They...
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3 Easy Online Courses Worth Taking

The online course. It’s probably crossed most students’ minds throughout the course of their college education to give one a try, and even after graduation, the learning should never stop! You may have entertained the idea of learning organic chemistry in your pajama pants, a cup of hot...
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E-Learning Trends for 2018

E-learning makes it possible for you to learn from an international school. Thanks to this convenience and accessibility, literacy levels in different parts of the world in on the rise. While the number of individuals signing up for online courses increases, something else is happening – the e-learning...
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Online classes: to take or not to take

Online classes have existed nearly as long as the Internet itself. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in the fall of 2014, there were over five million college students enrolled in online courses in the U.S. Online classes give students the opportunity to complete courses at home,...
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