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Transitioning and Training Ground Students to Become Exceptional Online Students

By Richard Lombardo, Ph.D., Vice-President of Education and Development, Valley College
In an effort to explore how postsecondary institutions can help students transition from on-ground to distance education, this paper will explore several topics including student struggles, student services, and best practice.

Efficient Transitioning to an Online Delivery Method

Efficient Transitioning to an Online Delivery Method

Written from a CECU webinar with Dr. Art Keiser, Chancellor, Keiser University and Sherry Olsen, M.B.A., Associate Vice Chancellor, Online Division, Keiser University
Schools forced to quickly transition to online learning in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic must defend against revenue declines by keeping students engaged. Keiser officials share their tips on how to do that.

Transitioning and Training Ground Students to Become Exceptional Online Students

Connectivism in Distant Education

By Dr. Jay M. Keehn, Executive Director, Florida Academic Center/System, Director, Student Success/ADA Coordinator, Union Institute & University
The impact of technological advancements has already become deep-rooted in today’s educational delivery models. This article examines the parallel shifts on both sociology and education resulting from said advancements.

Transitioning and Training Ground Students to Become Exceptional Online Students

Innovative Approaches to Online Student Engagement Outside the Virtual Classroom

By Sharon F. Goldstein, Campus Operating Officer, Online Campus, Berkeley College
Are your online students engaged in co-curricular events and activities outside the virtual classroom? Join Berkeley College as we spotlight innovative approaches to online student engagement and share the program planning roadmap we utilize for both development and continuous improvement.

Transitioning and Training Ground Students to Become Exceptional Online Students

Distance Education Enrollment Continues to Experience Significant Growth

Interview with Dr. Leah K. Matthews, Executive Director, Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC)
Dr. Matthews discusses how DEAC institutions are successful without utilizing Title IV, trends in distance education, the OIA audit report of Western Governors University and what it means for competency-based distance education, education technologies, among other topics.

Transitioning and Training Ground Students to Become Exceptional Online Students