UA to highlight digital media literacy as an Adobe Creative Campus
UA has been labeled the first “Creative Campus” in the west, as part of an ongoing partnership with Adobe Systems Inc.Collaborating with Adobe, UA has committed to highlighting digital media litera
UA Shoots to Upper Tier of Online Universities
The University of Arizona debuted in the top quarter of U.S. News & World Report's "Best Online Bachelor's Programs" ranking in its first year of eligibility.
Re-Envisioning the Preparation of Students for Online Learning
Online students have as much, if not more, need for an immersive orientation experience from their institution to familiarize them with the tools and processes of their coming academic venture, but
New UA Online Graduates Ready for Work
The first graduates are earning their degrees this academic year, and Arkansas meteorologist Travis Baldwin is one of them.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): Design, Development, Delivery
On November 20th, 2015, UA Online sponsored a panel of experts on MOOC’s, which included members from our own community as well as experts from outside the UA.
Online Program Development in an Era of Rapid Institutional Change (Part 2)
As the line between online campuses and traditional residential campuses continue to blur, the institutions that find ways to responsibly manage and share resources between the two modalities will
Online Program Development in an Era of Rapid Institutional Change (Part 1)
Aligning online offerings to the institutional mission is a critical and necessary step to ensuring that online offerings actually serve a need and differentiate themselves from those created by ot
VoiceThread for Higher Ed Brings Visual Discussions to UA's Online Classroom
Students, faculty and staff will soon have a new way to engage in rich conversations within D2L using the visual discussion board tool, VoiceThread.
Learning Communities, Student Success, and the Future of Digital Learning
Even though its been around for a decade or more, online education is still a disruptive force in higher ed as solutions to affordability and accessibility become paramount due to declining public