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We sat down to chat with WVU Online Executive Director Julie Thalman. Thalman has a deep knowledge of the online education landscape and shared with us what's changing for online students, in online education, and at WVU specifically.
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What should students know before making the decision to study online? We consulted with a couple of our WVU Online advisors to find out. We consulted with a couple of our WVU Online advisors to find out. Knowing what you want to accomplish, connecting with the advisors on the WVU Online team, and making sure...
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The educational landscape is changing. In fact, it’s always changing. However, the impact of COVID-19 made those changes happen more swiftly and more noticeably. In March 2020 all learning at WVU shifted to what our Teaching and Learning Commons (TLC) calls “emergency remote teaching.”  What is emergency remote teaching? How does distance education differ from...
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