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  1. Carli Winston
    December 18, 2012 @ 6:22 am

    Hi,

    Thank you for the article. It appears that I’m experienced in both elearn studying and teaching! 🙂 I used to study logic in an online free course from Stanford University. It was quite challenging and I enjoyed it partially because there was no obligation to strictly follow the timetable, I could skip one week but study two times more the next one.
    As for my teaching experience, I was so inspired by the idea of eLearning that decided to organize my own eLearning courses on oral hygiene (i’m a dentist by profession). My website is created on Joomla, and I chose the compatible LMS solution – JoomlaLMS. For the moment I’m working on my courses content (as I wish them to be not only informative, but also entertaining). I hope my courses will find their audience soon 😉

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  2. Andrew Novotorov
    March 23, 2012 @ 12:27 pm

    Dear Jill, your article is very interesting and helps me to learn more about the needs of students and oportunities to get education through online courses. I used to teach agricultural classes in US and abroad and I am in the process of establishing a private virtual agricultural college now.

    If you have any experience in opening a new online colege, please share your thoughts or link me to the right people and sites.

    Thanks again,

    Andrew Novotorov
    941-756-1840

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