National Online Learning Day

Traditionally, “National Online Learning Day” represented the achievements made via online schooling and those students attending.  This day began July 2016 to bring awareness to this evolving online technology making education more manageable and convenient.  However, this year due to COVID-19, this type of learning has been essential for families everywhere.  Online learning is available in various ways and involves preschool through college age students.  It helps people accomplish their goals of obtaining an education when circumstance may not allow for the brick and mortar approach.  The influence of technology has made this a reality.

Bellevue University was one of the first academic institutions to offer online degree programs in 1996 and now 93% of our students study online.  Students enrolled in Bellevue University programs come from more than 20 different countries.  There are over 80 degrees offered in high growth career fields, as well as certificates for career advancement.  If you are an online Bellevue University graduate, we invite you to share what online learning has taught you in the comment box below.

In honor of “National Online Learning Day,” the Digital Wellness Institute is offering a FREE webinar series teaching innovative e-learning.  Registration is available here.

There is a huge array of resources available to students thanks to the internet.  The quality and quantity of these resources are accessible if you know where to look.  Only you can decide what is best for you and your family.  If this type of learning is for you and/or is necessary during these uncertain times, then check out these resources—the library is always a good place to start…

Bellevue University Library eCatalog

Best Online Colleges & Universities of 2020

National Online Learning Day

National Online Learning Day Pinterest Page

Nebraska Department of Education

Online Learning

Online Learning Day Facebook Page

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