The following profile is the fourth in a series of student profiles of our students and alumni at the university.
By Dan Elliott
The Associated Press
Busy, tech-savvy and often miles from their peers, thousands of new veterans are going online to find camaraderie or get their questions answered — forcing big changes in long-established veterans groups and inspiring entrepreneurs to launch new ones.
By Ryan Laspina
Senior Specialist, Red Flags and External Reviews at APUS
If you are a college student (or an aspiring college student), then you know that tuition is not the only cost you have to incur to get your education. Finding affordable alternatives for your classwork may be easier than you think.
By Leslie Olsen
In Military Education, Special Contributor
There's a learning curve for everyone when it comes to online education. Once you have the basics down it becomes a bit easier, and you'll get to optimize your learning style moving forward. Don't let being technologically illiterate stop you from pursuing your education online.
By Tiffany Kyall
Special Contributor, In Military Education
This month, I wanted to share some exciting news with the readers of this blog, I will be graduating from American Military University this Spring/Summer with an Associate of Science in Web Publishing! While it was quite a journey, I would like to take a step back, reflect and give some advice based on my experience, so without further hesitation, here goes…
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?"