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Omega Nu Lambda Announces Alpha Chapter Class of 2018
Omega Nu Lambda Announces Alpha Chapter Class of 2018

Omega Nu Lambda sent a letter to Dr. Brian Yates, Liberty University's Academic Dean, and Dr. Ester Warren, Dean of the College of General Studies at Liberty University, announcing the first membership class of the Omega Nu Lambda Alpha Chapter.

February 22, 2018

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Attention, Students: Put Your Laptops Away
Attention, Students: Put Your Laptops Away

James Doubek, NPR Staff writer, shares research revealing that taking notes by hand may be better for students than typing notes into a digital device.  This article was recommended by one of our own OMEGA NU LAMBDA MEMBERS from Liberty!

February 9, 2018
James Doubek

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Why do students choose online education?
Why do students choose online education?

There are many reasons that students choose online education.  Some students say that self-paced learning works for them.  While otehr students find that online programs allows for a more balanced approach to work, family, friends, and school. The graphic illustrates some of the other reasons.

January 25, 2018

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7 Myths About Online Education
7 Myths About Online Education

Terri Williams, an online education editor at U.S. News, debunks seven myths commonly believed by students about online education.

January 6, 2018
Terri Williams

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Liberty University Charters a Chapter
Liberty University Charters a Chapter

Omega Nu Lambda National Honor Society is excited to announce the chartering of a chapter at Liberty University.  

July 21, 2017

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Reasons to Visit Campus Before Starting an Online Program
Reasons to Visit Campus Before Starting an Online Program

Chris Foley, assistant vice president and director of online education at Indiana University, explains how a campus visit can help a online student make the best decision about which school to attend. 

July 2, 2017
Chris Foley and Jan Holloway

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3 Ways Colleges Are Working to Improve Online Learning
3 Ways Colleges Are Working to Improve Online Learning

Ian Quillen, a Baltimore-based freelance reporter for U.S. News covering online education, describes 3 trends in the online learning industry being used by colleges to improve student experiences.

July 2, 2017
Ian Quillen

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Study: Many Online Students Now Decide Between Multiple Programs
Study: Many Online Students Now Decide Between Multiple Programs

Jordan Friedman, an online education editor at U.S. News, reports the results of a study of online college students' behaviors when choosing an online degree program.

July 2, 2017
Jordan Friedman

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