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Considerations for New and Emerging Realities in Higher Ed - Part Three of Three
In this final part of our white paper on the new realities of higher education and online equivalency, we discuss how operational considerations impact comprehensive, enterprise-wide program expansion and long term, effect growth.
Considerations for New and Emerging Realities in Higher Ed - Part Two of Three
In this second part of our white paper on the rapidly changing landscape of higher education and online equivalency and preparedness planning, we explain the importance of clearly defined terminology as a basis for determining the types of programs to implement.
Considerations for New and Emerging Realities in Higher Ed - Part One of Three
In this first part of our white paper on the rapidly changing landscape of higher education, we focus on the minimum viable product (MVP) as an anchor for a practical approach for beginning online equivalency planning.
Planning for Online Equivalency Now
AP has created a new comprehensive toolkit called AP Off Campus, designed to help your on-campus faculty and instructional designers stand up high quality online equivalency solutions quickly and effectively.
Resources for K-12 Teachers and Administrators
As higher education campuses across the country mobilize quickly to deliver face-to-face programs in a virtual synchronous setting, local K-12 schools are also being faced with the same issue.
Resources for Nursing Program Leaders and Students
Academic Partnerships has created a resource center to support the information needs of nursing school deans, educators, administrators, and students.
Remote Teaching and Learning - AP is Here to Help
Academic Partnerships would like to offer immediate support in helping your on-campus faculty facilitate remote teaching capabilities using Zoom and other virtual delivery platforms.
Moving Online Quickly - Planning Your COVID-19 Response
The key to keeping students engaged while moving from a face-to-face format to virtual delivery is maintaining consistency in course content while leveraging online technologies to reach each learner effectively.
Tips and Tools for Faculty Virtual Delivery
Moving face-to-face curriculum to an online format in a hurry isn’t a small task, but there are a number of ways faculty can leverage new and existing tools to help speed the process.
Tips and Tools for Students Participating in Virtual Coursework
In response to potential campus closures, you may be asked to join your coursework virtually. There are a variety of ways faculty may facilitate this.
Faculty eCommons – An Online Teacher's Idea Hub
Creating a space for faculty to access best practices and learn new skills was at the heart of the development of Faculty eCommons - a learning resource portal developed to allow instructors from universities across the globe to improve online education.