Source: From Project Tomorrow! Learning in the 21st Century: 2011 Trends Update, sponsored by Blackboard. Read more at www.tomorrow.org
Connections Learning (www.ConnectionsLearning.com ) and Virtual High School Global Consortium (www.govhs.org ), today announced a partnership designed to expand the number of core online courses that Virtual High School (VHS) offers their 770 member schools worldwide
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In this latest update report Project Tomorrow has partnered with Blackboard Inc. to examine the trends using an inside-out perspective on the classroom and the use of a variety of online learning strategies with students.
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Atomic Learning has seen high demand for tutorials on Blackboard 8, and now offers more than 58 brief video lessons on managing, presenting, and analyzing assignments, creating conversation between students, and sharing information among other educators.