OLC Celebrates National Distance Learning Week Nov. 11-15

| November 5, 2013
Each year, more than 9,000 Webster student take at least one online course in one of Webster's nearly 30 fully online programs.  While many take a mixture of online and classroom courses, more than 4,000 are completing their degrees entirely online.

Each year, more than 9,000 students take at least one online course in one of Webster’s nearly 30 fully online programs. While many Webster students take a mixture of online and classroom courses, more than 4,000 are completing their degrees entirely online.

In recognition of our online students and long history in distance education, Webster University's Online Learning Center will be celebrating National Distance Learning Week from Nov. 11-15.

Webster University’s Online Learning Center will celebrate National Distance Learning Week with several events throughout the week.

In recognition of Webster University’s online students and long history in distance education, the Online Learning Center (OLC) celebrates National Distance Learning Week Nov. 11-15.

Please join the OLC for planned National Distance Learning Week events throughout the week, including:

  • Social Media
  • Letter Writing Campaign in Recognition of Veterans Day
  • Ask the OLC Info Tables
  • “Running Out of Time: Time Management for the Online Student” Webinar Workshop
  • Walker Speaker Series: Louis Susman, former United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom, “Transatlantic Alliance: Past, Present and Future”
  • Webster University Online Open House
  • “Crafting your Message for Professional Networking” Webinar

The Online Learning Center thanks the Office of Admission, Academic Advising Center, Career Services, Counseling & Life Development, Global Marketing & Communications and the Walker School of Business & Technology for their partnership in supporting National Distance Learning Week events.

If you or your department would like to be involved with National Distance Learning Week 2014 or if you have questions about these events, please contact the Online Learning Center at olc@webster.edu or (866) 622-0888.

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