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Throughout February, Broward County Library will host events and programs in honor of Black History Month. From film screenings to festivals, there will be fun, free events for all ages. Another great way to celebrate Black History Month is with a visit to the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC), located on Fort Lauderdale’s…

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UNESCO and the International Network on Sharing Knowledge and Experiences of Distance Education in Higher Education have signed a UNITWIN Cooperation Programme aimed at fostering the development of quality distance education for more inclusive higher education in the Asia and the Pacific Region. Coordinated by the Korea National Open University (KNOU), the Network will facilitate…

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By Maribel Alvarez Mouro Much has been said about the education mediated by Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) , but in our day and many institutions are supported and navigate between distance and semi presentiality . The fusion of generations which are immersed in an interesting journey, the digital natives and digital immigrants (Prensky ,…

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Lawmakers in Utah recently mandated that school districts allow high school students to take online courses from state-approved providers. In Florida, large districts must give students online-course options from at least three different providers. Recent legislation in Georgia altered the funding structure for students who take virtual courses; the action provides an incentive for districts…

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By Maribel Alvarez Mouro Education has been to mankind systematic representation of the formation of human beings. Within the field of formal education levels, there is one particularly interesting in the art of cutting consolidate professional competence: “the University”. The university campus is a world twinned with social reality, where science, technology and innovation are…

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