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Are your curious about how Christian and secular philosophy have interacted? Are you interested in understanding new ways they possibly could interact? Even more so, are you curious about how philosophy can enhance your personal ministry? Concordia University has a new Open Online Course that is tailor-made for ministers seeking additional education in this Philosophy titled, “Kata Christon – Using Your Head in Pastoral Work.” The course dives into the importance of Western Philosophy for your ministry and how to understand our current generation with kata ta stoichea and kata Christon views. Different roles are explored while deciphering the language… more >

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https://youtu.be/c0lG48SNhb0 Are you endlessly curious? Does learning energize you? Concordia University Online is offering a totally free course designed to explore self-blended learning and its implications for new ways of understanding education today. Join us and use the hashtag #selfblend to let us know your unique take.

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A large part of our mission here at Concordia University Wisconsin’s Office of Continuing and Distance Education is to provide lifelong learning opportunities for people from every walk of life. That is why we offer a variety of free, open online courses. This year we have a variety of offerings slated so stay tuned to our website for more info. However, our latest course is a service to those who have dedicated their lives to helping others. At CUW, we have a variety of quality nursing and health care  programs and want to help support those who take care of… more >

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"Digital Badges for Learning" panel discussion with Sheryl Grant, Jonathan Finkelstein & Sunny Lee (Moderated by Bernard Bull). This live event was part of the Learning Beyond Letter Grades Massively Open Online Course hosted by Concordia University Wisconsin's Office of Continuing & Distance Education. more >

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Google On-Air Live Webinar recorded on Wednesday, June 12 at 3:30 PM CST on Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic Dishonesty by Dr. James Lang, Associate Professor of English, and the Director of the College Honors Program, at Assumption College as part of the Understanding Cheating in Online Courses Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) more >

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