Fighting for an Education
In a recent article, published in Ventura County Star, serviceman Wallace Larson earned his MBA from California Lutheran University taking online classes while serving in Germany and Iraq. Technology allowed him access and with flexible assignments and instructors, Larson was able to obtain a degree in finance that gave him a new career path after retiring from […]
2010 Looks Different
Most of the time a new year is accompanied by a fresh perspective. It allows everyone to take a look back and plan for a better future. Maybe to change your ways, add new skills, improve relationships or decide to “make things happen”! In 2010, eLearningToolBox is determined to make things happen! We are planning […]
Happy National Distance Learning Week!
The week of November 9th-13th is National Distance Learning Week! Check out our daily posts that will include interesting tidbits about what’s going on in online learning! For more information go to http://www.ndlw.org/.
Students are “Talking”…Are We Listening?
In an effort to deliver an education with academic integrity that is engaging and relevant, do we carefully consider our audience? Who are we talking to? What role do 21st century college students have in their education? Watch this video done by a group at Kansas State University and think about what these students are trying to tell […]