Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Fresno Pacific University goes online!

As most of you know, I am in the library media program at Fresno Pacific University and have been quite pleased with it. Comes new information from the program director, Jo Ellen Misakian, that the entire program will now be available online.

I think it is safe to say that the same quality in the residential program will manifest itself in the online one as well. They will be offering both the credential and the master's degree in that 100% online format.

You can find information on the program here. While it does not mention anything yet about going online, the first cohort will start in May 2008.

If you are looking for an exceptional program, I would encourage you to take a look.


Library Lady said...

Hi Not Your Mother's Librarian. I am creating my first online class that I will be teaching. It is very fun. I am using Blackboard. what does Fresno Pacific University use? I read with interest your post about SJSU using Second Life... wow!

Tom said...

Fresno Pacific uses Moodle. I think more programs are now shifting in that direction because it is free. It's open source.

I would be curious to see what you have planned for that online class. As it happens, I am now doing something similar.

Tom Nixon