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Achieving Career Success after Your College Graduation

Graduation is a rewarding and exciting time as you prepare for the workforce. Take advantage of networking opportunities and utilize resources.

Ethical Theories and the Infamous Trolley Problem, Part II

To illustrate the differences among these theories, we can apply the hypothetical ethics quandary introduced by Philippa Foot called “The Trolley Problem.”

Ethical Theories and the Infamous Trolley Problem, Part I

Through rigorous intellectual inquiry, philosophers have worked out some basic ethical theories upon which at some level most points of view can be mapped.

Membership Drives Encourage APUS Students to Stay Engaged

To promote membership in student organizations, the Office of Student and Alumni Affairs created a schedule to send emails to eligible students and alumni.

3 Ways 2020 Will Change Companies' Perspectives On Learning

In 2020, the line between the future of work and the future of education will continue to blur, with the overall transition to lifelong learning (learning while working, and vice versa) continuing to pick up steam into the new decade.

Making the Most of the Turnitin Originality Assessment Tool

Instructors should adopt policies for originality score interpretations consistent with the rigor expected in the classes they teach.

Turnitin as an Originality Assessment Tool in Higher Education

Many modern universities use online learning management systems equipped with Turnitin. Its purpose is to assess the originality of students’ work.

Writing Styles: Focus on Function Rather than Form

If we recognize that the intentions behind writing styles are more important than formulaic prescriptions, then we can teach function over form in writing.