Virtual School Meanderings

July 9, 2013

[DEOS-L] Distance Education Certificate Program

From yesterday’s inbox…

From: Dawn Senfeld <>


We still have a few seats left for the Distance Education Certificate Program, sponsored by the University of West Georgia and The Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration. This program, entering its twentieth session, is for professionals, teachers, and trainers preparing for leadership roles in distance learning regardless of the industry.

The program is offered completely online and incorporates conceptual knowledge into practical learning experience. Areas explored will include foundations of distance education, course planning, design and implementation, evaluation, faculty and student support, administrative and management issues, and technologies.

Participants should expect to spend about 2-6 hours per week participating in online discussion boards, reading materials, and completing exercises. The tuition for the course is $695, and includes course materials, access, and a certificate. The program is scheduled to begin September 22, 2013.

For more information, please email


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DEOS-L is a service provided to the Distance Education community by the Adult Education Program, College of  Education, The Pennsylvania State University. Opinions expressed are those of DEOS-L subscribers, and do not constitute endorsement of any opinion, product, or service by The Pennsylvania State University.

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