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Unformatted text preview: Are online degrees real degrees? In what ways are online degrees different from one another and also different from traditional degrees? What demonstrable skills does the holder of an online degree posses? Are there safeguards in place to prevent students from enrolling in schools that are merely diploma mills? All these questions and more will be explored in this program. On this installment of Educational Forum host Kurt Olson, a Professor of Law at the Massachusetts School of Law, sits down with three figures who are leading innovators and authors in the field of educational delivery. They are Jon Paul Potts, Communications Manager for MITs OpenCourseWare initiative; Ed Klonoski, Executive Director of the Connecticut Distance Learning Cosortium; and Todd Oppenheimer, Author of "The Flickering Mind: The False Promise of Technology in the Classroom and How Learning Can Be Saved" The Massachusetts School of Law, located in Andover, Massachusetts, makes high quality, affordable legal education available to less privileged persons who are traditionally excluded from the legal profession. As part of its mission of providing high quality education and information for from the legal profession....
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