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    Posted August 23, 2014 by
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    Bakerville University Breaks Geographical Barriers with its latest e-Learning Programs

     
    Bakerville University has been in the process of effectively minimizing all geographical barriers for students and working adults seeking to further their education. Asides the fact that it has made earning a professional degree extremely convenient, the university has taken it a step further with advancing its mobility and accessibility.

    E-learning or mobile learning has recently made tremendous advancements and holds the promise of matching and even overtaking traditional learning methods. Mobile learning sounds complex but is actually very simple. People today use mobile devices to interact and socialize for a good part of the day. Academic learning with the use of these devices can be used for the benefit of the students as well.

    Offering professional courses, information, libraries in such an easy and conveniently accessible mode is what the technology of today fulfills. It expands the scope of interaction and exposure of students enabling them to make a positive impact on learning outcomes and retention. All it takes is just a username and password to open up these avenues of information dissemination.

    Times have indeed changed and the students and users want a more interactive and convenient interface from which they access information from the comfort of their home or any where they are.

    Bakerville University is mission-driven to exploit the latest offerings of the technology of today to enable students to explore their unique self interests, competencies, personality, skills and most importantly the occupational possibilities they can venture into after this phase of self-discovery. It seeks to empower its students to research and make informed decisions regarding their careers that will lead them to being global and productive leaders in their respective fields.

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