Friday, December 18, 2015

Highlands University partners with Dine College on distance learning - Associated Press

New Mexico Highlands University is using federal funds to expand opportunities for Native American students through a new distance-learning system. The effort calls for the installation of new technology that will allow students at six Diné College locations in Arizona and New Mexico to access advanced classes offered by Highlands University, which is hundreds of miles away. Nearly a half-million dollars is being provided by U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development through a distance-learning telemedicine program. New Mexico Highlands University also recently announced the creation of an indigenous knowledge center within its school of social work.

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