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NDSU DISTANCE & CONTINUING EDUCATION LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

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Posted on Jan, 13 2009

www.ndsu.edu/dce

Distance and Continuing Education (DCE) at North Dakota State University, Fargo launched its much anticipated new website January 13, 2009 at http://www.ndsu.edu/dce

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The new website includes three distinct areas specific to the individuals Distance & Continuing Education serves. Visitors to the website may want to start at main homepage to find featured news and events from all three areas. Or for those who only want information related to one specific area they can bookmark the "information" page that corresponds with their area of interest. The three distinct areas include:

  • Degree Eligible Activity
    The "Degree Eligible Activity" area includes information on degrees and classes offered through NDSU Distance & Continuing Education. Classes are offered online, print-based, and face-to-face.
  • Non-Credit Activity
    The "Non-Credit Activity" area offers personal or professional enrichment programs and classes that are generally not eligible for degree credit. A current schedule of Workshops, Conferences, and CEU opportunities is also found in this area.
  • Professional Development (K-12) Activity
    The "Professional Development (K-12) Activity" area is devoted to K-12 teachers and administrators who would like more information regarding professional development classes offered or would like to offer a class in their school district.

"Updating our website was important because it serves as a vital information source for our Distance & Continuing Education students and prospective students. It is often our first point of contact with people from throughout the United States and many countries." said Lisa Nordick, Assistant Dean and Director.

In addition "Faculty Resource" and "Student Resource" tabs were added to offer resources and assistance for Distance & Continuing Education instructors and students.

For more information contact NDSU Distance & Continuing Education at 701-231-9738 or 1-800-726-1724.

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