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Why Taking Courses in the Right Order Matters

By Erin Kelley-Bannister
Academic Advisor at American Public University

One of the first bits of information you receive from the university is the course progression for your program. Taking courses in the recommended order helps you build a strong academic foundation, so you progress through your program with the academic knowledge you need to succeed in your classes.

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Getting Involved with Your Online Class: 5 Must-Do’s

By Leslie Olsen
Online Learning Tips, Special Contributor

The way we learn has changed forever. Congruently, so is the way we are taught. Academic institutions, the professors, and the instructors must find new and perhaps enticing methods to reach out to students in order to optimize their online learning experience and maximize their future scholastic and career opportunities.

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Social Media Helps Online Students Connect with Library Resources

By Beth Cook
Senior Online Librarian at American Public University

The American Public University (APU) library is active on various social media networks. Social media is an increasingly important way for students and faculty to keep in touch with each other and also to connect with organizations in which they have an interest.

How to Question Your Professor about a Disappointing Grade

The Online Student’s Guide to Handling Catastrophe

By Dr. Angela M. Gibson
Professor at American Public University

Even with the access and more flexible schedule of online learning, there can be challenges. When you are an online student and taking classes alone on your computer and you hit a roadblock, what do you do? The following is a guide on how to get help as an online student.

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