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Creating an Engaging Online Learning Environment

Adjusting to an online learning environment can be tricky, not just for the educator but for the student as well. This adjustment may be rocky at first.

A New Choice for Educators: Close or Use Online Courses?

The world as we know it in online education will likely never be the same. Many community colleges are considering online courses.

How American Public University System Is Preparing for the Coronavirus

As news continues to emerge about the coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to take this opportunity to let you—our students—know that your health and well-being are of utmost concern to us at American Public University System.We want to reassure you that American Public University System is making every effort to ensure that your studies will continue with no disruption or downtime.

The Limited Usefulness of Moral Codes for Ethical Behavior (Part II)

In this second article, we will examine some of the other rules offered for ethical guidance, and how each of them is also limited in its own ways.

The Limited Usefulness of Moral Codes for Ethical Behavior (Part I)

This article is the first article in a two-part series about moral codes and ethical behavior. In reality, determining right from wrong is rarely easy.

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.