I occasionally meet with a group of other professors from online universities for social and academic reasons. At our last meeting, I volunteered . . .
Up until very recently, the thought was that you couldn’t have a school, even an online school employing advanced technology, without having a . . .
One of the best ways to accelerate your graduation day is to transfer credits. But many students find the transfer process very long . . .
Once upon a time, universities gauged the value they provided to students by administering the Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA). Now the creator, Council . . .
If the economic landscape of the last several years has shown us anything, it’s that nothing, from a job to the security of . . .
Group projects. Collaborating. Brainstorming. Networking. Teamwork. Small talk. If these words strike a certain kind of fear into your heart like they do . . .
A child who excels in an area such as math or music – or who is just all-around good at everything they attempt . . .
One factory building, seven teachers, and 100 students. It was an experiment to change education for the better. It was called a “ride-along,” . . .
Asking a quality question is a great challenge. Many people in higher education live by the rule that “no question is a bad . . .
Programming is an important skill, especially if you want to land a tech-related job. Opportunities are popping up all over the place to . . .
If you’re a college graduate, returning to school for your Master of Business Administration (MBA) might not appeal to you. After all, you’ve . . .
When it comes to earning one’s degree online, the convenience factor is clear. Online students can purchase eBooks, attend courses, have discussions with . . .
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