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Creating Life in an Online Classroom

By Marty McKee
Editor, In Military Education

If you're a student at American Military University or an alumnus or staff member, you're familiar with online classrooms. If you aren't any of those things, but you're reading this blog, you likely have some sort of interest in or curiosity about online education. You may have the same questions that professor Mark Bowles often receives, like “How can you interact with your students?” and "How can you make your classes interesting and informative?"

AMU’s Freedom Grant: Maximize Your Military Education Benefits

For-Profit Colleges: An Attractive Choice for Career-Minded Veterans

More than a million veterans have used their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to cover education costs. Many of those men and women chose to attend for-profit institutions of higher learning.

But why? What do for-profit schools, such as American Military University (AMU), offer veterans that traditional state schools don’t?

John Aldrich, AMU’s associate vice president for military and community college outreach, has some answers in the following article posted at the RallyPoint website:

Education: It’s a Veteran’s Choice Continue Reading

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5 Steps to Success in an Online Technical Program

As someone who has been teaching online technical courses for nearly 10 years, American Military University faculty member Brian Warnecke is perfectly suited to address the challenges and benefits unique to online learning.

In this informative blog post for ED News Daily, Brian sets forth five effective tips that can help you succeed in your online technical program. Continue Reading

AMU’s Freedom Grant: Maximize Your Military Education Benefits

Blackwell: Not All For-Profit Colleges Are Created the Same

American Military University is on Ken Blackwell's mind.

Ken Blackwell is the former Cincinnati mayor and Ohio Secretary of State who ran unsuccessfully for governor of Ohio in 2006. In this article for The Daily Caller, he compliments AMU for its record in helping military veterans continue their higher learning to help them prepare for professional life after they leave the service.

Veterans Deserve The Choice Of Quality Higher Education, Including For-Profit AMU

Slight Majority of Vets Back Trump, But Younger Vets Support Biden: Poll