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Facilitating Engagement for Online Learners: Do you need an e-portfolio?

Connie Johnson, Chief Academic Officer and Provost at CTU, shares how to create a sense of community and belonging for online learners with portfolios and other learning technologies.

What to Know Before Starting a Doctoral Degree Program at CTU

Thinking of getting a doctoral degree? Here’s what to know about earning the highest level of academic achievement at CTU.

Four Benefits of Online Learning You May Not Have Considered

Online learning is a great way for busy, top-notch professionals to add to their credentials. But many may not be aware of these benefits.

Are you a self-directed learner?

The cornerstones of STEM education, especially those related to problem solving, critical thinking, and mindfulness can benefit all of us.

Wounded Warrior Scholarship Recipient Sets His Goals High

U.S. Army vet Barry Hooper wants to pay it forward and says his goal for obtaining a degree at CTU is to get a job.

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