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The vital report online students should be checking

There is one vital report that online students, and really any student at NDSU, should be checking.  In order to successfully progress towards graduation you need to know what classes you still need to complete.  This may leave you wondering "What classes...

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in the news: Music education symposium draws nationwide participation

Featured in: NDSU News on July 22 2014

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The fourth bi-annual Music Education Summer Symposium is scheduled July 28 to Aug. 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the NDSU campus. The symposium is a weeklong event for music teachers nationwide to come together,...

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Blah Blah Blogs!

 

I have always thought of blogs simply as a way for some people to have online rant sessions or bore people with a log of their day-to-day routines. How very wrong I was. There is a whole world of blogs out there with a lot of interesting and useful...

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STEM Kids Camp Update: There is Still Time to Register

With the 2014 NDSU STEM Kids Camp well underway, the positive comments are already rolling in from students and parents alike! Parents are excited that the material is engaging the minds of their children while the students themselves are thrilled to be...

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An Unexpected Insight

Almost every student has doubts about their choice of major. It is such a huge investment and time commitment it makes it hard not to have some worry or doubt. I am no exception to this. I have switched my major twice during my college career and I...

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Five ways to maintain study habits while on vacation

Tomorrow is Independence Day.  Independence Day is a time to celebrate.  Many people celebrate by taking a vacation.  Taking a vacation from studying can be a refreshing way to reenergize your study habits. If you are an online student who will be going...

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Raise your GPA with a few simple tools

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Raise your GPA with a few simple tools.  For example, do you know what your instructor's "Chair Seven" is? Find the answer in our online How to Study and Succeed in College class. The online How to Study and Succeed class...

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Summer Reading: Top 3 For Me

While writing a blog post for The NDSU Distance and Continuing Education blog about must read lists for this summer it got me excited about ALL the books I’d like to read this summer. If you’re anything like me you are way too busy during the school...

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Beach Bag Ready, Must Read Books of the Summer

You’re swinging in a hammock with sunshine coming through the leaves of the trees and a light breeze brushing across your face. Or, you’re on a beach, soaking up some sun and listening to the sound of waves. What about propping your feet up after a...

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New Online Certificate Addresses the Role of Positive Youth Development in Youth-Related Activities

Each summer there are a variety of youth activities designed to educate and entertain youth who are on summer break from school. In addition to educating and entertaining youth, these programs play an important role in their development. Joel Hektner,...

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In the news: New apparel, retail merchandising and design undergraduate certificate announced

Featured in: NDSU News on 06/18/14

The NDSU Office of Distance and Continuing Education and the Department of Apparel, Design and Hospitality Management recently developed a 16-credit, online apparel, retail merchandising and design undergraduate...

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Meet DCE’s Newest Interns

Hello everyone!

My name is Shannon Jacobson and I’m a Public Relations and Marketing intern for NDSU’s Office of Distance and Continuing Education. I’m a good ol’ North Dakota girl, originally from Bismarck who moved to Fargo two years ago. I am...

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4 Ways Teachers Make the Most of Summer Break

What do teachers do all summer long? A teacher’s job never ends.

There are many “myths” that teachers get 8 weeks of summer vacation. The fact is that during the summer, teachers are preparing for the forthcoming year. Since valuable time during...

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The 7 Best Marketing Strategies for Faculty Development

Thursday, June 5, 2014
1 to 2 p.m. CT

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FREE for NDSU administrators

This administrator webinar is brought to you...

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05 Jun

Career options by degree

Frequently I take phone calls from individuals interested in earning an online degree.  This is one of the best parts of my job.  I love hearing from these individuals because not only do I get to hear what their goals and aspirations are but I also get...

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