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Activities planned for National Distance Learning Week

Austin Peay State University is observing National Distance Learning Week with a variety of webinars, discussions and an online scavenger hunt.
National Distance Learning Week began Monday.

This week, APSU will offer a series of webinars covering such topics as home school, game-based learning and green lifestyles. Training opportunities will also be available for staff and students using the D2L software for online courses.
Austin Peay State University is observing National Distance Learning Week with a variety of webinars, discussions and an online scavenger hunt.
National Distance Learning Week began Monday.

This week, APSU will offer a series of webinars covering such topics as home school, game-based learning and green lifestyles. Training opportunities will also be available for staff and students using the D2L software for online courses.

To raise awareness of the benefits of distance learning, the APSU Center for Extended and Distance Education is sponsoring an online scavenger hunt. All students who successfully solve the clues will be eligible to win an iPod and other prizes.

The week culminates on Friday, Nov. 14 with a student listening session with APSU President Timothy Hall.

For a detailed schedule of events, locations and dates, visit the Center for Extended and Distance Education Web site, http://www.apsu.edu/ext_edu.

For more information about issues not addressed by the Web site, contact the Center for Extended and Distance Education, (931) 221-6625. -- Barry A. Williams