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Correspondence Study

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Title Date Summary
1 Scheduling made easy
Keiser--David A. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 99:24, p.11
11/22/2002 Many electives and general education courses are offered through the Guided Independent Study Program at UNI.
2 70 years of correspondence study at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1991:261, p.1
12/4/1991 UNI Guided Correspondence Program marks seventy years of service.
3 Iowa educators attend vocational education courses for students with disabilities at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1990:491, p.1
4/5/1991 Iowa educators and consultants dealing with students with disabilities are enrolled in correspondence courses from UNI. This course includes a two week on campus component.
4 Interest shown in courses
Moore--Lisa E. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 83:17, p.13
10/24/1986 Jim Bodensteiner talks about the benefits of correspondence courses.
5 Campus credit, not campus-bound
Northern Iowan 80:27, p.10
12/9/1983 Basic procedures for correspondence study.
6 Correspondence courses expand learning; UNI offers an alternative
Northern Iowan 77:15, p.16
10/28/1980 Virginia Hash talks about the advantages of taking courses by correspondence.
7 Correspondence courses
Northern Iowan 77:3, p.1
9/9/1980 UNI's OSU Guided Correspondence Study program allows those who are unable to attend UNI as full-time students to earn college credit.
8 Public service announcements
Public Relations News Release 1980:14, p.1
8/13/1980 UNI offers a Guided Correspondence Study Program to help people return to school.
9 UNI offers guided correspondence courses
Public Relations News Release 1980:13, p.1
8/13/1980 For the student who doesn't have time to attend classes UNI offers correspondence classes in several academic fields.
10 Board of Regents passes skyway remodeling plan
Northern Iowan 76:57, p.1
6/13/1980 The Board of Regents voted on renovations to residence complexes and allocated funds to continue work recommended by the State Fire Marshall.
11 Courses offered
Northern Iowan 74:43, p.3
3/3/1978 Four correspondence courses have been added or revised.
12 Correspondence courses: cure scheduling conflicts
Northern Iowan 74:22, p.4
11/15/1977 Professor Downes talks about the advantages of correspondence study.
13 Students earn credit through mailbox courses
College Eye 44:37, p.1
7/10/1953 Correspondence study procedures.
14 Correspondence study service
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.128
7/1/1951 History of correspondence study.
15 Many Iowans learning through the mails
College Eye 39:5, p.8
10/17/1947 Mr. Hart reports that 700-800 people are taking correspondence courses.
16 Extension Service aids Iowa teachers
College Eye 38:33, p.10
5/23/1947 Description of the wide range of services delivered by the Extension Service.
17 Service man taking algebra classes by correspondance
Public Relations News Release 1945:136, p.1
5/22/1945 Italiam born Sgr. Adolfo Davitti enrolled while stationed in North Africa. His lessons have followed him to China. He was stationed in Cedar Falls for Army Air Corps Cadet Training.
18 Extension Service ranks high
College Eye 30:8, p.7
10/28/1938 Description of correspondence study courses.
19 No 'pipes' for post office
College Eye 29:1, p.7
9/9/1937 Professor Hart talks about the correspondence courses offered by the Extension Service; believes that the courses are rigorous.
20 Extension Service at far corners
Alumnus 18:3, p.18
7/1/1934 Correspondence courses reach students around the world.
21 Schoolteacher studies Spanish by correspondence with the extension division of the college.
Public Relations News Release 1934:475, p.1
5/11/1934 Ruth Popejoy is a schoolteacher who is now employed in a mission school in Quito, Ecuador. She is farther away than anyone now enrolled.
22 Students rejoice as teachers take tests
College Eye 21:37, p.3
6/20/1930 Sixteen take correspondence study exam; 376 now enrolled in these courses.
23 Teachers Extension performs big service; department carries on educational work throughout high schools on the state
College Eye 18:2, p.6
6/18/1926 Survey of the work of ISTC Extension Service, including study centers, summer school, and correspondence study.
24 Prof. I. H. Hart
College Eye 16:3, p.8
9/17/1924 Reports increased enrollment in correspondence courses.
25 A student in Puerto Rico
College Eye 13:2, p.6
9/7/1921 Alejandie Rodriguez enrolls in correspondence course.
26 Opportunities offered for extension study
College Eye 12:13, p.3
11/24/1920 New classes are to be offered at study centers and through correspondence study.
27 Extension work by correspondence
Alumni News Letter 4:3, p.1
7/1/1920 In September, the college will offer extension work by correspondence to replace the absentia system.
28 New correspondence courses offered
College Eye 11:29, p.1
4/21/1920 Extension Service will offer correspondence courses to non-resident students.
29 Correspondence school hoodoo; painted in rosy tints by prominent educator; ex-president of Northwestern alludes to correspondence method of teaching a
Normal Eyte 15:8, p.113
10/29/1904 A former Northwestern University president is trying to encourage the use of correspondence schools for people to receive a teaching degree; editorial writer speculates on the program's value.
30 Hon. Henry Sabin and Hon. Ira C. King
Normal Eyte 8:4, p.53
10/1/1898 Organizing correspondence classes.

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