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Oregon State Everywhere: Driven to change lives through computer science online

“I honestly have loved my experience online with Oregon State University. It’s been thrilling to pursue this dream. I have a bachelor’s degree and MBA already, but I wanted to pursue a postbaccalaureate degree in computer science online in hopes of making a profound impact in health care technology.” — Shane Adams, OSU Ecampus computer science student

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What are the keys to effective online course development?

How do you create robust and engaging online courses that bring Oregon State’s faculty expertise to students worldwide? A deep dive into the course development process reveals a number of things. Each course development is a custom build, and we pursue quality throughout every stage, ensuring that students are presented with the best possible learning experience.

More options. More opportunities.

Jeremy Hoffman isn’t sure where his career is going. But one thing is sure. He has many options. Next spring he is completing his Ph.D. in Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at Oregon State University. And that’s just part of his impressive educational track record. Because he receives More options. More opportunities.

New ‘Philosophy of Phish’ course at OSU aims to engage students in curriculum

By Michelle Klampe Source: Stephanie Jenkins, 541-737-6517 CORVALLIS, Ore. – In an effort to make a challenging curriculum more accessible and engaging for students, a professor at Oregon State University will teach a philosophy course on the band Phish this summer. Photo by Brantley Gutierrez Stephanie Jenkins, an assistant professor of philosophy in OSU’s College New ‘Philosophy of Phish’ course at OSU aims to engage students in curriculum

Making an impact

Daughter of migrant farm worker becomes an ESOL teacher By Karla Rockhold and Dan Miles | Oregon State University Oregon State Ed.M. graduate, Noelia Flux teaches reading to English Language Learner (ELL) students (Photo by Drew Olson | OSU Ecampus) Noelia Flux dreamed she would one day become a teacher. But she didn’t believe it could Making an impact

OSU’s solution to the high-tech talent shortage

Computer science program helps students quickly find ‘true calling’ By Rachel Robertson Oregon State University’s online postbaccalaureate program in computer science will allow the university to double the number of computer science graduates with a bachelor’s degree by this June. Jordan Lutz, left, talks with Ecampus computer science classmate and fellow 2013 graduate Ato Jackson-Kuofie at OSU’s solution to the high-tech talent shortage

The right decision

“The online classes at Oregon State were so different. I felt completely engaged in the courses through the discussion boards, constant interaction with other students, and feedback from the professors. The recorded lectures allowed me to feel like I was in class alongside my classmates. I was really able to get to know my professors and felt very connected to the material.”