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Internet access has changed the way we interact and the way we learn. Noodle's experts get you the scoop on the latest trends and techniques in online learning.

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  • 12 Great Math Apps for Students of All Ages

    Looking for new ways to find the fun in math and get the help you need? Here’s a sampling of apps for students of all ages.

  • Online or On-Campus: Which Is Right for You?

    The rise of online courses hasn’t made college decisions any easier. Here to help you think through your online and on-campus options is Hannah Miller (who’s tried both!).

  • These Online Courses Will Have You Stargazing, Coding, and Saving the Planet

    Interested in learning about outer space? Or how to code? How about sustainability? The range of online course offerings continues to expand. Here are some options.

  • Will Taking a MOOC Help You Get Into College?

    MOOCs (massive open online courses) have helped thousands of students of all ages gain skills and knowledge. But will your enrollment in these classes help you get into college? Learn more from Noodle Expert and admissions authority Parke Muth.

  • No, You Cannot Cite Wikipedia (And Other Frank Advice for Research Papers)

    Online resources can seem like a goldmine for today’s students, but do you know how to distinguish a genuine authority from a junk site? Learn from Noodle Expert Elizabeth Mack what to look for when you dive into your next research project.

  • What Tutoring Method is Right for Your Child?

    Online tutoring has exploded in popularity as more and more students and instructors find each other through the Internet. But how can you decide whether face-to-face or online learning is right for you? Learn more about the dynamics of the tutor-student relationship with an Expert from University Tutor.

  • Learn Spanish (Or Any Language) Outside the Classroom

    Learning a language is hard work, but it doesn’t always have to happen in a formal setting. Learn from Noodle Expert Jon Golbe how you can integrate foreign-language learning into your everyday life.

  • College on the Road: A Traveller's Guide to School

    Love to travel? You can study abroad every day of your college career if you plan ahead. Here’s how to earn a degree while seeing the world.

  • Are MOOCs the Answer for the Busy High Schooler?

    If you’ve always wanted to take a class that you couldn’t fit into your schedule or find in your area, you’ll want to know more about MOOCs. Learn from a Noodle Expert why these online resources are a great option for busy high schoolers — and sometimes even their parents.

  • Educational Snow Day Activities for Kids

    When snow causes repeated school closings, many parents worry about the effect on their children’s learning. Learn about activities you can do at home that will keep their education moving forward.

  • The 32 Most Innovative Online Educational Tools to Use in 2015

    From sites to apps and beyond, online tools are changing the face of education today. Noodle predicts which creative and effective ed tech will make the biggest impact in 2015.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: West South Central

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the Gulf (West South Central) states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • Expert Advice for Children’s Screen Time

    If you’ve wondered how much access your children should have to electronic screens, learn what experts say about daily screen time for kids at different ages.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: Mid-Atlantic

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the Mid-Atlantic states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • Alternatives to Graduate School: Breaking Boundaries and Creating Opportunity

    You just started your career and you want to do things bigger, better, faster, but is the money you'd spend on school — and that which you’ll lose with no inbound revenue — worth the return on investment? Check out these alternative options to build your skills.