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Oregon State Ecampus director working to update GI Bill to benefit online students

The GI Bill is in need of an update to better serve all college students, says Shannon Riggs, an executive director at Oregon State Ecampus. As a panel presenter at the Council of College and Military Educators annual symposium, she will explain how military veterans who learn exclusively online receive significantly less in Monthly Housing Allowance than on-campus students.

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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.

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Leading in the world’s new education landscape

Oregon State Ecampus associate provost Lisa L. Templeton shares her insights on why the professional, continuing and online (PCO) education community is uniquely positioned to lead in the world’s new education landscape. That begins by creating pathways to more affordable learning experiences and alternative credentials.