The online classroom can be a challenge for students who are used to a traditional, in-person class. The Ohio State University sets you up for success by offering resources to help envision yourself in an online program with the Online Readiness Tool and Course Demo .
Part of what distinguishes our online programs at The Ohio State University is our focus on faculty. The exceptional instructors who teach our online courses are also teaching in classrooms across campus. Jennifer Richardson, Associate Professor of Art Education, teaches in our online Master of Arts in Art Education (MAAE).
Vanessa Jamison, a 2nd year student in The Ohio State University’s Master of Healthcare Innovation online program, develops her leadership skills to provide her team with the best support in the ever-changing healthcare field.
Technology is changing the game. From virtual realities to virtual communities, technology is shifting the traditional ways we communicate with people and the world around us. So how does that play into higher education and its effects on the traditional classroom?
Whether you are looking to explore other educational areas or advance in your current career, there are so many reasons to go back to school. This article contains 5 tips that will help you achieve the goals that you have set for yourself.