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eLearning Opening Doors in Africa

MediaGlobal has reported that through the use of mobile phones, people in Africa have the opportunity to learn and expand their education. In most parts of Africa classroom education is not easily accessible, but technology is changing that through eLearning. Although laptops are still not very easy to acquire, mobile phones are and make it possible for such learning. 

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Anahid Boghosian

Virtual School Opening in Massachusetts

A district in Greenfield, MA is planning on opening the first virtual school in the state as early as this fall. The plan is to allow hundreds of students to take their courses online in the comfort of their homes or even in cafes. All of the lectures would be provided online with set deadlines for assignments and exams.

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Anahid Boghosian

Abilene Christian University Embraces iPads

Abilene Christian University just launched the Leadership of Digital Learning Program for K-12 leaders. Through the use of Apple's iPad, provided by the school, students who enroll in this 8-week program will be able to receive their course materials, textbooks, and learning modules digitally. To read more about this program that begins today, go here. To read more about this program that begins today, go here

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Jason D. Baker

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Jason D. Baker

Christianity & Online Learning

When I was in college, I read through the writings of Francis Schaeffer.  One of the things that struck me was his contention that ideas (particularly those concerning truth) move through the world in stages.  In The God Who Is There, Schaeffer presents a staircase (below his famous line of despair) and notes that the shift in truth affects philosophy first, then art, then music, then into the general culture, and finally into theology.  I’ve heard it put more broadly concerning cultural trends – first they hit the academy, then a decade later they permeate popular culture, then about ten years after that the church finally embraces the trend.

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