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Colorado State University Online

Colorado State University Online

Kayaker brings love of rivers to online civil engineering courses

After a life-changing injury, Matt Thomas chose to pursue a master’s degree in civil engineering to reconnect with the rivers he loves.

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First online Systems Engineering Ph.D. grad leads the way for 80 peers

Like many other students who work full time, Brian Gallagher said without the online option he may never have been able to fit a doctorate into his already busy schedule.

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CSU, Goodwill Industries launch online soft-skills training program

CSU Online and Goodwill Industries of Denver recently partnered to launch the Essential Soft Skills for Employment digital badge program – a new online program to help individuals improve their job marketability and businesses train their workforce.

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Karen Kaminski honored for excellence in online education

In recognition for her dedication to online students and adept course facilitation style, Dr. Karen Kaminski of Colorado State University’s School of Education was recently honored with a CSU Online Innovative Educator (OLIE) Award.

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Online grads prove CSU’s reach spans the globe

The majority of those graduating from Colorado State University’s online and distance programs this semester live far from Fort Collins, some coming from as far away as Honduras, Sweden, and Lithuania.

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Instructors: turn your online courses into active learning experiences

Fostering meaningful interactions that help online students achieve the best learning outcomes can be tricky. Instructional designers at CSU Online have put together some tools and tricks.

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CSU students prove it’s possible to thrive while earning your degree and working full time

Colorado State University makes it possible for professionals to climb the ranks within their organizations without ever taking a break from their job. Meet two students in the organizational, leadership, performance, and change master’s program who are doing just that.

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Study: flipped classroom implementation can make or break the learning experience

A recent study of large-enrollment classes on campus has yielded promising results for interactive teaching approaches, and has provided guidance to instructors about how to successfully teach in flipped classroom settings.

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Online program trains fire and emergency leaders around the U.S.

One of the University’s longest-running online undergraduate programs, FESA has helped numerous fire and emergency professionals advance their careers and become leaders in their communities.

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Experts’ top tips for success in online classes

Regardless of your online course load, it’s important to remember that studying online comes with a unique set of advantages and challenges.

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