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Veteran services expanded

This semester 128 veteran students from across the University of Alaska system are enrolled in classes at KPC with 68 pursuing KPC degrees. This is an increase of 13 percent compared to same time last year. The Post-9/11 G.I.

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Web site offers job resources

Many people attend college with the hope of finding a more prosperous career, and Kenai Peninsula College recently added a free online service to post jobs and internships to better serve its students, both past and present.

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Kenai Peninsula College embraces distance education

Last May, nine members of arts and sciences division, six full-time and three part-time faculty, participated in a week-long distance education symposium sponsored by the Alaska Educational Innovations Network. According to Dr. Barbara Christian the intensive workshop served to further faculty knowledge and skill with online delivery systems. Two Web-based delivery methods were featured; Blackboard, an asynchronous delivery method, and Elluminate Live, a synchronous, real-time delivery method.

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