Thursday, 14 March 2013

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HBGary offers online security classes
Sacramento Business Journal
The courses qualify for 24 hours of continuing professional education credit for people who are Certified Information Systems Security Professionals. The online security software development company is offering the classes for $1,995 per student until ...
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Steinberg, others 'hangout' to promote online college class bill
Sacramento Bee (blog)
When it came to unveiling a new push to create a series of online courses for California college and university students, Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg thought it was fitting to deliver the news in a decidedly digital fashion. So instead ...
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edX MOOC Software Goes Open Source
The non-profit pioneer in the phenomenon of massive open online courses (MOOCs) is releasing a core element of its platform for offering online courses as open-source software. On Thursday, edX announced it was releasing the source code to its XBlock ...
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California Bill Would Outsource Overcrowded College Classes
Independent Voter Network
Online courses – hosted by companies like Coursera and Udacity – would go through an approval process before offering college credit. The California Open Education Resources Council will choose the 50 most demanded introductory courses in the UC, ...
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Finish Your Book with Our Online Community
No matter where you live, Mediabistro has a new online course designed to guide independent authors through the final and most important steps of the publishing process. If you want to see one of our course speakers in action, bestselling author ...
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Free online courses help colleges bring education to the masses
Indianapolis Star
Christina Blanch, an anthropology instructor at Ball State University, is excited to teach Gender Through Comic Books as a massive online open course, or MOOC, beginning April 2. / Seth Slabaugh / The Star Press ...
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