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    • Oregon State University focused on expanding Ecampus

      OSU Ecampus

      Oregon State Univeristy's Ecampus now boasts more than 30 online degree programs and a wide range of courses. This June, over 340 OSU graduates earned their degrees online, including the first to complete the school's online computer science professional degree.

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    • Report on edX's first MOOC sheds light on online learners

      edX's First MOOC

      Researchers from Harvard and MIT recently released a report on edX's first MOOC, "Circuits and Electronics," which launched in March 2012. Data from the engineering course shows just who enrolls in MOOCs and how these students are approaching online learning.

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    • University of Maryland's Smith School of Business to launch online MBA program

      University of Maryland's Smith School of Business

      The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business is teaming up with Pearson to offer an online Master of Business Administration degree. Beginning January 2014, the new MBA program will be taught by the same faculty that oversee its on-campus counterpart.

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    • SJSU, Udacity pilot program off to rocky start at one Oakland school

      SJSU online pilot program

      With the help of MOOC provider Udacity, San Jose State University has begun testing three low-cost online math courses at local colleges and high schools. Read how at least one participating school, Oakland Military Institute, is struggling to support the pilot program.

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