In this podcast, American Public University faculty members Robert King and Dr. Bjorn Mercer discuss Labor Day, religion, and American prosperity.
Lifelong learning, a necessity for the 21st-century worker, acknowledges that not all training and learning will occur in school or at work.
In this podcast, APU faculty members Lynn Mardon and Dr. Bjorn Mercer discuss truth and fake news, and what could happen if we no longer trust the media.
Do people with humanities degrees make great leaders? Perhaps. Humanities graduates have a broad array of very important and transferable skills.
In this podcast, American Public University faculty member Dr. Karolina Kopczynski and Dr. Bjorn Mercer discuss what it is like to learn foreign languages.
In this podcast, Dr. Bjorn Mercer and Dr. Jonathan Surovell explore the effect that social media has on our sense of wellbeing and ethics.
Judging information requires two skills: information literacy and inquiry and analysis. However, locating and evaluating information can be challenging.
Ever since Wikipedia debuted on the Internet, it has proved to be a wealth of information for anyone who is searching for answers.