The College Network - Makes Enhancements to Its Online Courses

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The College Network™ enhances the way customers interact with content in its Comprehensive Learning Modules™ to aid the learning process.

The College Network

The College Network

The College Network announces enhancements to its Comprehensive Learning Modules that will aid the learning process beginning with the Life Span and Developmental Psychology course and followed by Sociology and Introductory Psychology next week.

“We are committed to making higher education for adult learners achievable,” said David Knight, Chief Operating Officer at The College Network. "While earning a college degree is never easy, The College Network is helping adults engage and understand the information necessary for a successful learning experience.”

Courses developed by The College Network are structured to fit various individual cognitive and learning styles. Enhancements include lessons structured to highlight the most meaningful portions of the content; audio that emphasizes key concepts and provides examples relevant to the text; animation and increased graphics to encourage engagement; and more opportunities for individuals to test their knowledge of the subject matter as they progress through the content.

This new development reinforces The College Network’s commitment to making higher education more accessible for working adults; as demonstrated in an announcement earlier this month introducing TCN Exams which can be proctored online at a customer’s home.

About The College Network, Inc.
Since 1992,The College Network has provided individuals with the opportunity to advance their education and training with college degrees and professional certificates from highly acclaimed universities. As one of the nation’s leading education services and eLearning companies, and a partner with some of the nation’s foremost institutions of higher learning, The College Network has allowed hundreds of thousands of adults to continue their education without interruption to their professional lives. Visit or call 1-800-39-LEARN (395-3276) for more information.


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