Reads

Take a look at the latest quick reads written or curated by online teaching and learning experts at Academic Partnerships.

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Resource News

Resource News – December 2023

Conferences Learning 2023 - The Learning Leaders Conference – December 5–7 (Orlando, FL)With a laser focus on leadership strategies, skills, and best practices, Learning 2023 is

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Resource News

Resource News – November 2023

Conferences QM Connect Conference  – Quality Matters – November 5–8 (Bloomington, MN) As an educator, your bold ideas lead the charge in improving experiences and outcomes

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Guidance

Stop Student Melt

Review some of the checklists, templates, and examples to learn more about how you can impact student melt.

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Guidance

Student Success Guide & Worksheet

We spend many hours planning and designing our courses, but once the course begins, how do you plan for facilitation? The Student Success Guide and Student Success Worksheet provides templates, checklists, worksheets, and strategies instructors can use to help their online students succeed in their accelerated course and persist throughout their program.

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Resource News

Resource News – October 2023

Conferences Adobe Learning Summit – Adobe – October 2–3 (Las Vegas, NV)  Explore new horizons of learning design and development. Gain insights and discover strategies

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Guidance

Online Program Parity: Faculty & Students

Online courses appeal to a variety of student populations and remove barriers encountered by non-traditional
 and adult learners in face-to-face programs. In online courses, “all

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