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Explore eLearning Across the UM System


eLearning has evolved immensely in the last decade. Gone are the days when online learning meant simply logging in to upload an assignment with little or no interaction with colleagues or professors. With changing times, options had to change as well. These options vary depending on degree programs and fall along a continuum ranging from exclusively face-to-face courses to a blended use of technology in courses to fully online courses offering levels of interaction with colleagues and faculty.

As a leader in eLearning efforts, our four-campus system has optimized its eLearning capabilities and will continue to build upon them. Each campus offers unique features for their programs and have teams in place to support their eLearning objectives. No two learning experiences are the same, and with customization opportunities, the possibilities of learning are endless - which is even more valuable than the technology.

As part of its strategic plan, the UM System has made resources available for campuses to collaborate and expand eLearning in order to enhance educational experiences while also increasing efficiencies. Intercampus course-sharing allows campus degree programs to expand their expertise to other campuses giving students more course options to choose from.

Learn more at: http://www.umsystem.edu/ums/aa/fy14_elearning_report.

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