Posts Tagged ‘ iPad ’

Student Appreciation 2013 Free Raffle Winners

Feb 12th, 2014 | By
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AND THE WINNERS ARE….. As you may recall, the names of all SPCE students who registered for Spring 2014 courses, between November 25th  thru December 13th, were entered in a Free Raffle.  Registrations came from students representing 14 accelerated programs, requesting onground and online courses, in graduate and undergraduate degrees, for a total of 465
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SPRING 2014 COURSES

Nov 20th, 2013 | By
REGISTER

Access the link to the Lewis University online registration, here. Access the Sort and Search list of the SPCE courses for Spring 2014, here. Access the online the SPCE Spring Undergraduate Course Schedule here. Access the online the SPCE Spring Masters of Organizational Leadership Course Schedule here. Access Course Cycles for Bachelor of Organizational Leadership & Masters of Organizational
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ATTENTION SPCE STUDENTS DON’T MISS THIS . . .

Nov 19th, 2013 | By
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FREE RAFFLE SIMPLY REGISTER FOR SPRING COURSES BY DECEMBER 13, 2013 AND YOUR NAME WILL BE ENTERED IN A DRAWING ! ! ! Click Here to Register (On or after November 25, 2013) QUESTIONS Contact Bernie Valderrama at valderbe@lewisu.edu or (815)836-5629.   Tweet



E-Textbooks…An Option for Your course? Check Here!

May 31st, 2012 | By
Digital Textbooks

Are you using e-textbooks for class?  If so, you already know they are a less expensive option for students.  Currently, the Lewis University Bookstore (Follett) uses a digital textbook service called CafeScribe.  Digital textbooks can be purchased just like regular texts, but often at a savings of up to 60%.  They can also still be
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Using an iPad to Support Adult Learning

May 18th, 2012 | By
iPad pic taken from apple website

Dr. Lesley Page, Assistant Professor of the Organizational Leadership master’s program at Lewis University shares her thoughts on using an IPad.           Photo taken from http://www.apple.com/ipad/ What I Like… I do notice that more and more students are using tablets or e-readers for their class reading (e.g., textbooks).  Many express this
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