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Drexel University Online Is a ‘Greenhouse’ in Preparing Drexel for the Future

Drexel is anticipating future demographic changes that will result in reduced demand for higher education degrees — and Drexel University Online is one key to weathering the challenge.

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Drexel Introduces Repository of Virtual Reality Content to Enhance Online Education

New digital enhancements will take online education to new and far more expansive heights at Drexel University. VRtifacts+, a first of its kind repository, will empower faculty and instructional designers to seamlessly incorporate 250,000 augmented, virtual and mixed reality learning objects across a wealth of disciplines into the University’s online coursework.

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Writing Together: How a Student-Professor Bond Turned Into a Book

Associate Professor of English Scott Warnock and his student, Diana Gasiewski, noticed that the student voice was missing from the pedagogy for online writing instruction, so they decided to do something about it. 
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Through Alliance with Drexel Online, U.S. Office of Personnel Management Employees Eligible for Tuition Savings

Drexel University Online recently formed an alliance with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) that will provide an opportunity for OPM employees and their immediate family members to enroll in an online Drexel degree or certificate program with significant tuition savings.

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20 Years Later: Drexel University Online

In addition to celebrating Drexel University’s 125th anniversary, Drexel University Online is honoring its own 20th birthday in 2016.
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Drexel University’s Master of Legal Studies Online Program Receives Accreditation from CCB 
 

Drexel’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law is now one of only 12 institutions nationwide to receive accreditation from the Compliance Certification Board (CCB) for its Master of Legal Studies (MLS) and certificate programs, all of which can be completed entirely online. 

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Drexel University Online “Test Drive” Wins Electronic Development Award

Drexel University Online’s virtual Test Drive allows potentional students to test out Drexel’s virtual learning environment for a week, at no cost before they apply. The course received the 2016 University Professional and Continuing Education Association Mid-Atlantic Region Marketing & Promotions: Electronic Development Award.
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Drexel Faculty, Staff Honored for Their Contributions to Online Learning

As part of National Distance Learning Week, an awards ceremony was held Nov. 11 to honor key leaders, faculty and staff at Drexel Online, which is right now touching the lives of 13,000 students, and has been a part of the lives of thousands more.
Drexel University's master of science degree in creativity and innovation is the only degree of its kind offered fully online.

Can You Learn to be Creative? This Drexel Master's Degree Teaches Students to Create 'Aha!' Moments

Preparing students to think like creative professionals is the goal of Drexel University Online’s master of science’s degree program in creativity and innovation, offered through the School of Education. While many colleges and universities are beginning to offer individual courses in creativity, Drexel’s master's degree program is one of only a few full creativity degree programs in the country. 

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How Much Does Online Education Matter for Drexel? A Q&A With Susan Aldridge

The world of online learning is changing fast, at Drexel and around the world. What’s in store for the future? DrexelNow talked with the University's new online-education leader for some clues.

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How LeBow Students Helped SAP Hire Employees on the Autism Spectrum

Seventeen students in a LeBow College of Business online MBA course served as consultants for the software corporation SAP during the winter term. Their job: help the company with an initiative to hire more workers with autism spectrum disorder.

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Drexel University’s College of Computing & Informatics will offer a new, online certificate in cybersecurity, law and policy this fall as part of its professional development curriculum. The certificate will cover both the technical fundamentals of cybersecurity, as well as examining policy, cyber law and current issues, in a comprehensive three-course program offered through Drexel University Online.