This is the first article in a two-part series that discusses ways to teach adult learners in an online education platform.
This is the second article in a two-part series that discusses ways to teach adult learners in an online education platform.
The success of APUS students at the recent Model UN virtual conference hints at a new and exciting future in hybrid education.
Online education is more than a platform. Instead, a properly constructed online course requires a tremendous amount of hard work.
During COVID-19, many universities have overlooked the need to maintain healthy student organizations and other extracurricular activities.
Online instructors can utilize discussion board-centric courses that incorporate various methods to combat the "silo mentality" in the online classroom.
Discussion boards that are relevant, practical and innovative remain one of the most effective tools in an online classroom instructor’s toolbox.
AI trends will affect online higher education over the next few decades as the line between online and brick-and-mortar education will blur further.