A steadily growing number of Colorado State University’s degrees, certificates, and courses are offered online. While certainly not a new phenomenon — the University has offered distance and online programs for nearly half a century — many people still have questions about what online and distance learning at CSU entails. At CSU OnlinePlus, we often receive questions like: “Do online students earn the same degrees as on-campus students?” and “How are lectures and lessons delivered?” This video explains the ins and outs of how online learning at CSU works. Watch it, and learn more about CSU’s online programs at http://online.colostate.edu. [ot-video type="youtube" url="https://www.youtube.com/embed/WeKVXBj5PjA?list=UUGnXI-LqdI-brXQX8uT2-DQ"]
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The Innovation Fair will run concurrent to the summit, showcasing emerging ideas and technologies from businesses, faculty and students.
As leading global figures in agriculture gather in Abu Dhabi, UAE March 9-11 for the “Global Forum for Innovation in Agriculture,” they will be joined by CSU administrators and researchers.
CSU has added two more high-profile speakers to its “Advancing the Agriculture Economy Through Innovation” summit – Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock will deliver keynote addresses on Thursday, March 19, at the Lory Student Center.
Colorado State University is offering an online Integrated Sustainability Management badge and certificate program.
To help instructors become familiar with the system, a number of Canvas training opportunities are available now, in a variety of formats to cater to different learning styles and preferences.
The new Rural Energy Center will offer energy assessments and other services to Colorado's agricultural communities, mountain towns and smaller ciites.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will welcome industry experts, scholars, producers and policy-makers to the 2015 Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture this week at a daylong conference focusing water needs across the state of Colorado and the challenges created by increased demand for water from agriculture and consumers.