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Fun Fact Friday: CPE Monitor is an online tool for pharmacists

What is CPE Monitor?

CPE Monitor is a national, collaborative effort by ACPE and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) to provide an electronic system for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to track their completed continuing pharmacy...

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How to Maintain Your Computer for Peak Performance.

How to: Maintain your computer for peak performance

 

Where would you be without your computer? Let’s face it; online students depend on their computer. For an online student, a broken or inefficient computer can be a big factor in their success or failure. No one wants their computer to let them down...

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Advising begins for Summer/Fall semesters

Advising will begin for Summer/Fall semesters.

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23 Mar

Fun Fact Friday: An NDSU geography test

In what building is NDSU Distance and Continuing Education located? 

The NDSU campus consists of over 111 buildings, including administration buildings, classrooms, residence halls, and fraternity and sorority houses. The NDSU campus map is extensive,...

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Spring Break

Spring Break Week: Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20

No classes, offices are open.

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16 Mar

Fun Fact Friday: An NDSU history test

Can you list the first and last name of three NDSU presidents? 

NDSU has had 23 presidents in the 110 years since first opening as the North Dakota Agricultural College. If you are interested in learning more about the NDSU presidents, we encourage you...

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Fun Fact Friday: Faculty & staff favorite things about NDSU

We asked several faculty and staff members who either teach for or work in the Office of Distance and Continuing Education to tell us what their favorite thing about NDSU is.  Here are some of the responses we received.

  • The pride of being part of the...

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Grades of ‘Incomplete’ convert to ‘F’

Grades of 'Incomplete' will convert to 'F' today.

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06 Mar

How Do You Do That? Research Tips and Tricks

Sometimes doing research is frustrating and takes more time than we want it to. However, with some tips and tricks, research can go a lot more smoothly. For example, did you know that:

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Anil Tomar: Why I chose to study online at NDSU.

If you are looking at earning a degree online, you have probably wondered why people choose specific schools for their online degree.  NDSU Distance and Continuing Education wondered that same thing, so we decided to ask our online students.  We asked a...

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Amy Skouson: Why I chose to study online at NDSU.

If you are looking at earning a degree online, you have probably wondered why people choose specific schools for their online degree. NDSU Distance and Continuing Education wondered that same thing, so we decided to ask our online students. We asked a...

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Fun Fact Friday: Understanding the Term “CEU”

The term "CEU" is an abbreviation for “Continuing Education Unit”. 

A CEU is defined as "ten contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction." ...

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4 Ways to Get Research Help When You Can’t Get to Campus

Whether you are just starting out or are already an experienced researcher, we all get stuck and need a little help sometimes. NDSU librarians can help get you get moving again and teach you the skills you need to become a successful and resourceful...

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Dawn Berry: Why I chose to study online at NDSU.

If you are looking at earning a degree online, you have probably wondered why people choose specific schools for their online degree. NDSU Distance and Continuing Education wondered that same thing, so we decided to ask our online students. We asked a...

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Fun Fact Friday: Online instructors tell us what they wish they knew in college.

Now is a good time to take out a pen, pencil, crayon, marker, computer, tablet, IPad or any writing device and make note of this advice.  Maybe someday you can benefit from the answers our online instructors provided to the question of, “What do you...

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