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Leveraging the Power of Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the educational landscape. The use of AI for educational purposes will increase by 47.5% between 2017 and 2021.

How to Find Your Way around the Sakai Online Classroom

By consistently logging into the online classroom and committing time to exploring it, you’ll become more familiar with how the online classroom works.

Continuing Education Beyond an Undergraduate Degree, Part II

Higher education is an undertaking worth considering. I hope that this information inspires students to explore their options for continuing education.

Continuing Education Beyond an Undergraduate Degree, Part I

Continuing education can be a powerful game changer. Studies have shown that the longer a person stays in school, the more likely they are to find work.

Why You Should Attend the Virtual Organization Fair

Whether you’re a current student or an alumnus, join us at our upcoming virtual organization fair on November 13 to learn about our organizations.

NCSAM Snapshot: Jerry Graham, IT Management Student

In honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the InCyberDefense blog is profiling various students. This article features AMU student Jerry Graham.

Handling Plagiarism Professionally as an Online Educator

As frustrating and time-consuming as plagiarism can be for online educators, it is important to handle these incidents professionally.

Why Grading on a Curve Makes Academic Sense, Part II

There are common arguments from instructors against grading on a curve, but each of these arguments ultimately fails under scrutiny.