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Mannie Hall during a speech on online classes

Mannie Hall during a speech on online classes

Story by Jake Coleman

As technology changes, so does the way students learn and interpret education. Mannie Hall, MVC Associate Academic Dean, said that MVC is taking big steps to help students take classes anywhere that they please. 

Hall calls attention to the importance of off-campus learning as well as dual credit for high school students. “We have 18 classes that are 100 percent online,” he said. This gives students the oppourtuntiy to work toward a degree from home or a distance.

MVC has more online classes now than ever before and offers online degrees in Psychology and Business. The traditional ways of learning are now becoming a way of the past as more institutions develop online courses.



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Jacob Coleman is from a small southeastern Missouri town called Potosi where he was involved in sports throughout his youth. After two years at Mineral Area College, he came to Missouri Valley College on a basketball scholarship. Jacob is a Mass Communication major, and hopes to work at a city television or radio station. He enjoys writing songs and making documentaries and short films.

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