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New Courses: Music Appreciation and New Testament Options

New Courses: Music Appreciation and New Testament Options

Three new courses are making their debut on the TEL Learning site this month: Music Appreciation, Stories of the New Testament, and Survey of the New Testament. We’re also launching Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship in the next few weeks as well. In...

On Being a Good Citizen: Foundations of U.S. Civics Badge

On Being a Good Citizen: Foundations of U.S. Civics Badge

​Pop quiz: What are the three branches of the U.S. federal government? In the late summer of 2016, the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania released the results of an annual survey conducted on Americans’ civic knowledge. It found that only...

Four Note-taking Styles To Make Online Studying Easier

Four Note-taking Styles To Make Online Studying Easier

For 99.9% of people, memory is unreliable. Otherwise, a phenomenon such as the Mandela Effect wouldn’t exist. That’s why taking notes is crucial for academic success. All students know the struggle to find the balance between recording the main ideas of a reading or...

New Courses: Research & Composition and Old Testament

New Courses: Research & Composition and Old Testament

You have more options for earning college credit. TEL is launching two new courses this month as we work to build out our associate degree catalog. Research & Composition TEL is expanding our English catalog with a more traditional Composition II course. A great...

Finding Motivation In Online Learning

Finding Motivation In Online Learning

There was a time when distance learning meant books were mailed to students, students mailed their papers and exams back, and the whole process took months longer than usual. This was long before The Easy Button. Online learning has come a long way. From video...

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