Military spouses face particular challenges in completing their education. Continuous moves from changes in duty station make completing a degree at a traditional brick-and-mortar school nearly impossible.
By Guy Williams
Alumnus and Ambassador, American Public University System
How many of you think you understand the breadth and scope of our school? As an alumnus and ambassador for American Public University System (APUS), I believed I enjoyed a better-than-average understanding of APUS.
After I attended the grand opening of the APUS Veterans Center in Charles Town, West Virginia, however, I quickly realized how much our school grew in the past five years. Continue Reading
By In Military Staff
For American Military University, 2015 brought the heartwarming story #FindingKatrinaGirl, another accomplished graduating class, the successful launch of our versatile native app, and new, impactful resources for intelligence information. Our year in review highlights the year’s top university news, as shared by our weekly newsletter, The Insider.
By Dr. Charles Johnson
Adjunct Professor, School of Business at American Public University
A staple of the online classroom is the discussion forum. On one hand this is familiar, because people have experience chatting on social programs like e-mail, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. But, social media habits are not always appropriate in academics.
By Dr. Michael S. Miller
Part-time Faculty Member, Teaching Program, School of Education at American Public University
Becoming a successful online learner requires the student to be on top of things- and to be self- directed. Whether you are brand-new to the online learning experience, or you are a professional online learner; these four tips will help you get the most out of your education.
By Jessica Stasiw
Editor, In Military Education
As you move through your degree or certificate program you should be creating a portfolio of your work. It is important to start while you study, and build as you make new contacts and learn new practical skills. One of the ways to keep yourself on track is through asking a few simple questions as you develop your career skills, and career knowledge.