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Career and Online Learning Information from the Experts
Video Game & Animation Expert Chris Hatala, CEO of Massive Black
How do you break into the video game or animation industry? Read about Chris and his experience.
Criminal Justice Expert, Dr. Sheryl Van Horne
Learn about the Criminal Justice field with Dr. Sheryl Van Horne, Director of Criminal Justice and Global Security & Emergency Management at Arcadia University.
Amanda Avery, CPNP
Learn more about what it takes to become a nurse from Amanda Avery, Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.
Dan Gaken, Director of the Leadership Institute at Central Michigan University
Inside organizational leadership with Dan Gaken, co-author of: Leadership & Service: An Introduction
Karin Hurt, CEO of Lets Grow Leaders
Learn why Hurt thinks every company should encourage innovation and risk-taking and how students can stand out in today’s increasingly competitive environment.
Nicole Amesbury, M.S., L.M.H.C, Therapist
Find out why Amesbury thinks online and mobile platforms are the wave of the future for counseling and psychotherapy.
Mary Dobransky, Dean of the College of Science and Technology at Bellevue University
Find out why Dobransky thinks women are naturally suited for careers in STEM, how educators can inspire more female students to pursue tech careers.
Trailblazers and Rule Breakers: Four Influential Women in Higher Education
Who are these forward-thinking women who are blazing trails – and even raising eyebrows? We asked Carol Aslanian, Senior Vice President of Aslanian Market Research.
The Challenges of Being an Online Professor
Insights from online professors in the field and how they handle day to day challenges of the online environment.
Have You Heard of Flipped Classrooms?
This Internet-based approach to teaching allows educators to reverse the order of the traditional method, giving students a firsthand glimpse at the subject matter.
Does the Student to Faculty Ratio Matter?
Is technology, the Internet and mass-delivered curricula in the form of online learning slowly and inexorably altering the age-old connection between teacher and pupil?
Online courses and degree programs continue to grow as an option for going to college, as such, it is important to understand the basics of online learning.