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From the Executive Director of Continuing and Distance Education: Autumn Greetings! I pray this newsletter finds you in good health and well established in your online courses. Our team is here to assist you so please pick up the phone or e-mail your Student Services Assistant should you need anything. If you do not know who your Student Services Assistant is, please see page four of this newsletter for more information. The addition of this team to our office has been a true blessing to the University and to our online students. We have now added a new online program,… more >

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From the Executive Director of Continuing and Distance Education: Greetings, Summer can be summed up in one word here in Wisconsin—HOT! In this area we are known for the saying “cooler near the lake” but that has not always been the case so far this summer! Our offices are also “hot” with the buzz of new programs and continuing education opportunities. We are piloting a few new undergraduate online courses to high school students which they can then transfer to CUW for credit, should they wish to attend Concordia for their college career. Also exciting is our merger with our… more >

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Coming soon to Rincker Memorial Library is Summon™— a one-box search experience. Enter keyword(s) and Summon™ will produce relevancy-ranked results including:Books, E-Books, Audiovisual Items, Articles, Web Pages. You will have instant access to credible & authoritative content available to you through our library. Library search made easy! What can the library summon for you? Click here to go to EBSCO’s E-Books home page. We are continually adding new books with current content value in a wide variety of subject areas. If you have an existing EBSCOhost account, you take advantage of features such as saving book citation information, creating and… more >

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By Dr. Bernard Bull, Assistant Vice President of Academics—Continuing and Distance Education Have you ever noticed that most of your online courses have a common look and feel? If you want to know how to get started with your coursework, you have probably discovered that there is almost always a folder in your course called, “Getting Started.” If you want to contact your instructor, contact information is right on the home page. If you want help using one of the features in ANGEL, there is a list of video tutorials on the home page of every course. And, when you… more >

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Tyler Shadick, a May 2012 Concordia graduate, recently accepted the position of Digital Media Specialist within the Office of Continuing and Distance Education. The past few years have proven to be very busy for Tyler. Not only did he complete his four-year program in three years, but he has also acquired a long list of accomplishments along the way. From graduating Magna Cum Laude, to being named Visual Art Student of the Year, to enrolling into the Alpha Chi National Honors Society, he will surely prove to be an excellent addition to this staff. We welcome Tyler, and congratulate him… more >

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The Office of Continuing and Distance Education recently moved off-campus! Our new address is: 1009 W Glen Oaks Ln Suite 202 Mequon, WI 53092 262-243-4442 | e-learning@cuw.edu Directions: Our new office is located approximately 1.5 miles south of the CUW main campus. Follow Port Washington Rd going south. Turn Left on to Glen Oaks Lane. Turn right into Glen Oaks Office Park and follow the signs to building 1009 (located south of the gazebo).

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Recent national online MBA program rankings for online MBA programs by MBAOnline.com places Concordia University Wisconsin’s (CUW) program at #32 in the nation. Rankings are based on such things as affordability, design and efficiency of the program, flexibility, how long it takes to complete the program, graduation rates, academic excellence, and availability of university and alumni resources for students. Dr. David Borst, dean of the School of Business Administration at CUW, is pleased with the top 100 ranking but admits there is still more to accomplish. “I am not resting on our laurels. We are already working to do even… more >

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