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News | Sept. 18, 2015

iCollege Recognized with Learning! 100 Award

Learning! 100 Award
Learning! 100 Award (2015) 

The NDU iCollege is pleased to announce that it has been selected by Elearning! Media Group as a Learning! 100 Award recipient for 2015!  The college was selected as #10 of 40 public sector learning organizations due to its outstanding culture for faculty, staff, and students.   The iCollege provides employees with flexible work schedules through an active telework program, alternate work schedules, and implementation of various technologies for faculty and staff to connect with one another and with students.  iCollege students are given the choice of eResidence courses, a distributed learning (DL) program, a 14-week cohort option, or a hybrid of various options.  According to Patricia Coopersmith, iCollege Director of Outreach & Partnerships, "It is the iCollege's goal to enhance student learning and development through modern teaching methods and implementation of various learning technologies, and to give our employees and students alike various choices on how best to complete their educational tasks."  The iCollege is very proud to have won this award!  

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Of all the commonalities in this year's Learning! 100 competition, employee engagement from training and development was a major driver of these organizations' successes.

Learning! 100 applicants are evaluated across three criteria: Collaborative Strategies€™ Collaboration Index, Darden School's Learning Culture Index, and overall organizational performance.

But beyond those metrics, if there is one lesson to be learned from the 2015 Learning! 100 honor roll, it'€™s that engaged employees are informed employees are excellent employees. To find out more about how the leading companies are being so successful with their learning programs, review the list on the following pages and watch for upcoming sessions, Web seminars, articles and events hosted by Elearning! magazine.

Learning! 100  (click here then scroll down for the Public Sector list to see iCollege) 

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