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Colorado State University’s ValuED blog features articles geared toward online teaching—but with relevant advice for all instructors—written by veterans of online instruction and course development.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), 8.4 million adult learners were enrolled in higher education in 2010 and their enrollment is expected to reach 10.3 million by 2021. Adult learners will constitute over 41% of postsecondary students in the next five years.
Bethany Perez, a graduate of Colorado State University’s online Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) bachelor’s program, knew her college experience would be different from others’.
Starting this fall, Colorado State University will offer an online master’s degree in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology.
Colorado State University makes it possible for working professionals to earn their degree without putting their job on the back burner.
In celebration of Father’s Day, we’d like to salute all the dads who are students, and share some inspiring stories of those who earned their degrees online from Colorado State University.
What does it take to be a successful online student? Do online learners need to approach education differently than those in a classroom? These are questions you may ask if you’re either considering taking an online class, or currently enrolled online and seeking strategies for success.
Students and faculty in several of Colorado State University’s online programs will begin using “intelligent tutoring” technology in courses this fall.
Being present in an online course means spending quality time in the course, responding to discussion threads, sharing additional resources, creating videos, and writing summaries of ideas students have shared. These efforts should challenge students to exchange ideas, deepen their thinking, and grow intellectually.