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My Miami. My Future. My Way: Chad Depew
Two babies. Two degrees. Two years. Miami Regionals Student Picks Up the Pace with Online Graduate Courses: In just two years, Chad DePew accomplished what would take most people three times as much time. The catalyst? The ability to take courses online and fast-track his education.
My Miami. My Future. My Way: Kelly Starr
Miami Regionals Student Kelly Starr Finds Drive in Online Courses and on the Road: Even in an online course, Kelly Starr makes an impression. Because of her work schedule and family commitments, Kelly was looking for flexibility in earning her degree. That's when she found out about the online programs at Miami Regionals.
My Miami. My Future. My Way: Kim Marcum
Miami Regionals Nursing Student Finds Meaning In and Out of the Classroom: Around 20 years ago, Kim graduated from Miami Regionals (Miami Hamilton at the time) with her associate degree in nursing. Seventeen years into her career, she knew it was time to return for her bachelor's degree in order to continue advancing in her field. It was then that she learned about Miami Regionals online options.
My Miami. My Future. My Way: Phyllis Willis
At Age 50, Miami Regionals Student Finds Path To Success Through E-Campus. She started out on a traditional path, graduating from high school, and heading straight to college. That path took an unexpected turn when she became pregnant with her first child. Phyllis took time out to get married and raise two daughters. Twenty-nine years later, she has two daughters with three degrees between them.
E-Fellows in Focus - Dr. Tracey Hoffman
Tracey Hoffman, PhD shares her research and experience as part of the E-Campus Fellowship program. Throughout her fellowship, Dr. Hoffman researched student perceptions of social presence in online courses within MUR's Prekindergarten Associate degree program.
E-Fellows in Focus - Dr. Barbara Oswald
Barbara Oswald, PhD shares her research and experience as part of the E-Campus Fellowship program. Throughout her fellowship, Dr. Oswald developed and disseminated as a peer-reviewed teaching resource on the Society for Teaching of Psychology website a set of 15 authentic assessments to use in an online Introduction to Biopsychology or Neuroscience course.
Which Video Conferencing Tool Should I Use?
Not sure which video conferencing or recording tool is best for your online class? Learn our recommendations for which tool to use in different online learning scenarios.
How-To: Extend Canvas Course Access For Students Who Are Working To Resolve An "Incomplete" Grade
When assigning an Incomplete, the instructor should explicitly communicate what the student will need to do in order to have their IU grade removed and changed to a passing grade by defining the course completion requirements and expectations (preferably in writing with acknowledgment by the student). This article explores the step-by-step instructions for extending Canvas Course Access for students.
How-To: Organize Canvas with Modules
“Modules” is the Canvas tool that enables you to organize and control the flow of your course material. Canvas modules offer a way to organize your course content in an intuitive way. Lecture materials, learning activities, and assessments like Quizzes, Assignments, and Discussions, can all be sorted into what Canvas refers to as "Modules."