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K-12 Professional Development Class Number Change

Beginning May 15, 2017, NDSU's K-12 professional development class number will change from 600 to 2000 (ex. EDUC 2000). Please note this change will be applied systemwide to the North Dakota University System (NDUS) institutions. 

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NDSU DISTANCE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION OFFICE NOW OPEN IN THE FAMILY LIFE CENTER

North Dakota State University Distance and Continuing Education (DCE) offices have relocated from the NDSU SGC Building to the third floor of NDSU’S Family Life Center. The Distance and Continuing Education offices are housed within the new Office of...

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NDSU DISTANCE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION OFFICE TO RELOCATE TO THE FAMILY LIFE CENTER

North Dakota State University Office of Distance and Continuing Education (DCE) will move from the NDSU SGC building to the third floor of NDSU’S Family Life Center on July 27th, as it becomes part of the new Office of Teaching and Learning located in...

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In The News: Area music teachers to train at NDSU workshop

Featured in: NDSU News, on 06/29/15

 

Twenty area K-12 music teachers are participating in a professional development opportunity at NDSU that uses music and movement classes to develop their students’ ability to explore, experience and create. The...

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In The News: NDSU to open Office of Teaching and Learning

NDSU’s new Office of Teaching and Learning is scheduled to open July 1. The office’s role is to support the creation of student-centered, innovative educational programs and provide professional development to strengthen teaching at NDSU.

“The...

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Simple Ways to Prevent Data Loss on Your Computer.

In addition to Maintaining Your Computer for Peak Performance, there are other simple ways to protect your computer from losing data.  Our Assistant Director of Information Systems at Distance and Continuing Education shared a few ways to prevent loss...

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Do You Know About Endnote?

Are you new to research and struggling with how to track and organize your references and citations?

NDSU subscribes to EndNote, a powerful online tool for organizing your research and references. With EndNote you can do the following (and more!):

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Fun Fact Friday: How our online instructors ended up in their profession.

We asked instructors of NDSU online classes why they chose to go into their specific field and why they would recommend their profession to others; here is what some of our instructors said.

Why did you choose to go into your given field?

“I enjoyed...

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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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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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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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