Office of Online Education News
Online Education empowers faculty to combine teaching and learning strategies with technology, enabling students to achieve academic goals and prepare for the future.
Current Online Education News
A pandemic staple — remote education — will be incorporated into select traditional classes. Instructors sought for pilot program this fall.
As UNLV plans for a fall semester with in-person classes, faculty reflect on the improvements they'll make thanks to their year with remote teaching.
Oral communication proved to be a benchmark as courses shifted online at the start of the pandemic.
Brenden Oliva offers tips for optimizing online classes for mobile devices at Best Teaching Practices Expo.
Reasons for hope aren't just confined to UNLV's academic halls. Here are just a few places where 2020 inspired staff and students to find new paths forward.
With the cost of textbooks rising, Open Educational Resources offer an alternative.
Online Education In The News
Nikkole Liesse is a business education strategist who works to ensure that all students have access to completing their college degree. She also supports local professionals by identifying opportunities to provide lifelong learning for today’s workforce.
In a widespread effort to limit the impact of COVID-19, higher education institutions across the United States have decided to close down their campuses and move classes entirely online. So, if you’re a college student, chances are you’ve been asked to study remotely. And perhaps it’s your first time.
The fast-skating, hard-hitting sport of roller derby was incredibly popular in the United States from the 1940s to the 1970s. The sport fell out of favor and into dormancy for several years — until a few punk-rock women in the early 2000s decided to pick it back up again.
It used to be that if we wanted to learn something, we took a class in a classroom, in a building, and with a teacher in front of the room.