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Saturday, May 19, 2018

TBI investigating Greene County officer involved shooting
Walters State Community College has been named the top tech-savvy community college in the country by the Center for Digital Education. Walters State tops the annual survey of mid-sized colleges. “The college’s faculty and staff are committed to finding innovative ways of using technology to increase student learning outcomes and student engagement. Seeing their work recognized at this level is very rewarding,” said Dr. Tony Miksa, president of Walters State. The Center commended Walters State’s collaborative efforts with K-12 programs and the diversity of programs offered that use technology to enhance learning. “The college makes use of many collaborative technologies in the classroom. Additionally, the college’s dual enrollment program continues to offer multiple modes of delivery to all dual enrollment students, including online, desktop video, video-streaming and hybrid classes,” the Center said in releasing the survey. Walters State has ranked in the top ten in the previous eleven surveys conducted and is considered a national leader in using mobile tools and emerging technology. Walters State has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished Program for the innovative use of technology to create a compelling and engaging learning environment.


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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

  • Cocke School Board
  • Jefferson City arrests
  • Smokies biodiversity
  • Campaign funding
  • Tennessee ranks poorly on home energy efficiency
  • Social Security and Medicaid

    Tuesday, October 16, 2018

  • Eternal Beverage project progresses
  • Arrington injured by train
  • Bobby Lovell has died
  • Early voting begins

    Monday, October 15, 2018

  • Cocke County IDB to meet
  • Stanley fatality
  • Worex crash/charge
  • Inmates charged
  • White cutting
  • Gubernatorial debate
  • Greene County fire fatalities

    Friday, October 12, 2018

  • Corker nominated for judgeship
  • CLB workshop
  • Bredesen in Newport
  • Wyse conviction
  • Pattottsville Heritage Days
  • Assad lawsuit

    Thursday, October 11, 2018

  • Cocke Public Safety Committee
  • More Tennessee adults in school
  • TVA cuts support for solar
  • Hurricane Michael
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