During our Winter Winnings Giveaway contest, we asked students to share one piece of advice they would give to other students starting classes in 2019.
To avoid the possibility of miscommunication in the online classroom, it’s important to consider the tone of your messages.
In this video, STEM Associate Professor Elizabeth Pearsall, Ph.D., explains what you’ll find in your free lab kit when you take an online chemistry class.
The device or system you use may be electronically communicating with strangers on a regular basis. Use S.M.A.R.T. security measures.
To better serve communities, future police officers must receive extensive education on ethics and ethical decision-making.
It’s not easy to discuss political issues in our nation. Instructors must ensure that their online classroom is neutral territory for discussions.