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English-Attack's Booster Pass Arrives

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Ajarn Donald's English Language Services is rolling out English-Attack's Booster Pass for 2013. On the English-Attack!website Booster Pass refers to an Unlimited Use of a Premium SubscriptionEnglish-Attack! Thailand
Now Available is the Real Booster Pass which is guaranteed to be the most Affordable, Practical and Convenient way for people to learn/improve their English language skills. It is also a fun way to meet new friends from around Thailand or around the world who want to improve their English language skills too. 
Donald Patnaude had this idea ever since becoming the Marketing Partner in Thailand for English-Attack back in August 2012. The English-Attack platform is an online interactive English learning software that users can use online 24-hours a day 7-days a week with new content being refreshed everyday. This program is suitable for all teenagers and adults. The problem is that most teens do not have a credit card to purchase a premium subscription on the website…

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The Future of Higher Education

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Online courses began around 1990 with the growth of more widespread access to the Internet. They spread rapidly in the United States during the last half of the 1990’s buoyed by the dot-com boom, and fell sharply after that bubble burst. During this early period, online courses typically charged fees. Some of the courses catered to individuals who wanted to improve their job prospects, others were meant solely for intellectual enjoyment, while some could be used to obtain college degrees. For-profit schools with physical facilities, such as DeVry University and the University of Phoenix, were often sponsors of online courses, although a few of these courses were sponsored by nonprofit universities. What is new about the MOOCs (which stands for “massive open online courses”) is not the use of the Internet to instruct in particular subjects, but that they are free, and they often are sponsored by some of the very best universities, such as MIT, Harvard, a…