Ed4Credit is excited to announce that 13 of its online courses have been approved for college credit recommendation and can be counted toward the totals credits required for a range of degree programs. All of Ed4Credit’s courses have now been recommended for college credit through the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT®).
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Ed4Online continues to expand its network of affiliate colleges and higher learning institutions across the United States, following a new partnership with Oswego-State University of New York (SUNY Oswego). Effective immediately, the university will begin offering continuing education students access to a selection of Ed4Online’s digital learning courses.
Low-cost education provider recognizes the importance of aspirational film. Ed4Credit is delighted to announce corporate sponsorship of a new film entitled, THINK: The Legacy of Think and Grow Rich.
Ed4Online is pleased to announce the availability of its digital learning courses to continuing education students enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Barron County. Courses will be offered through the UW-Extension program, which aims to make online learning accessible and affordable for students with nontraditional, fast-paced lives.
As it continues to revolutionize digital learning and make opportunities available for nontraditional students, Ed4Credit is pleased to announce the launch of its new learning management system (LMS), Capstone. Capstone currently hosts 40 of the company’s for-credit college education courses, with plans to migrate the entire library of digital learning courses over later this year.
As it seeks to provide non-traditional students worldwide with convenient, affordable access to digital learning courses for college credit, Ed4Credit is pleased to announce a new partnership with betterU. Beginning immediately, distance learners enrolled on the betterU learning platform will now have access to a full scope of Ed4Credit courses.
Kicking off 2017, Ed4Credit is delighted to announce that 27 more of its online education courses have been recommended for college credit towards applicable institutionalized degree programs. This round of approvals brings Ed4Credit's total for-credit course options to 40, all recognized and recommended for college credit through the American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT®).
Ed4Credit, a division of Ed4Online, has launched a newly redesigned website, showcasing the company's continued strive towards making online learning accessible. The new website comes on the heels of sweeping price reductions on all Ed4Credit courses earlier this year, in September 2016.
Ed4Credit, a service of Ed4Online, is pleased to announce that it has reduced the price of its online courses from $295 to $195 per course, effective immediately. The decision to lower pricing reflects Ed4Credit's dedication to making high-quality, low-cost online learning opportunities accessible for everyone.