NDSU Distance & Continuing Education (DCE)

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Online Doesn’t Mean Limited Options

For many students, selecting a major is a very difficult task. With so many options, how do you choose? Students often feel pressured to begin their freshman year with a clear major in mind without giving themselves the time to let their interests grow...

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Resources for Teachers: Are useful websites being blocked?

Technology is definitely becoming more relevant for teachers to stay connected, exchange ideas, and find valuable cost-effective resources that can be used in their classrooms. While there are clear trends that mainstream media sources are making their...

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Advising Week tip

Tip: Communicate regularly with your advisor each semester to stay on track with course sequencing.

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Advising Week tip

Advising Tip: Think through your questions to try to send one email to your advisor rather than many emails. This will reduce the time you have to wait for a response.  

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STEM Kids Camps 2014

North Dakota State University Distance and Continuing Education will hold a series of four Summer Kids Camp sessions beginning...

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Got quiz and test issues? We’ve got solutions!

Students have reported various issues taking Blackboard quizzes and tests after the Blackboard system upgrade at NDSU in December 2013, both when using standard browsers and when using Respondus LockDown Browser. We’ve investigated the issues and we now...

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11 Tips to Enable Learning and Completion

Thursday, March 13, 2014
1 to 2 p.m. CT

Online webinar
FREE for NDSU faculty and instructors

This faculty and instructor...

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Unraveling the transfer credit mystery

Once you have had all of your official transcripts sent to NDSU, they will officially be evaluated and you can work with your academic advisor to see where these courses fit and what remaining courses you may need to complete. 

Each individual course is...

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3 Simple Ways to Become a More Active Reader

As an educator, it is a challenge to stay involved in the latest trends, research, articles, and facts surrounding the education industry. While you know first-hand what is going on in the classroom and your school, exploring new teaching techniques and...

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Six ways the Advising Resource Center assists online students

A central resource is available for distance education students looking for academic advising assistance. The Advising Resource Center (ARC) is located in the Memorial Union on the main NDSU campus, but also has resources available for students that are...

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