- US News Ranks WVU Online Programs in Top 30
- iDesgin Workshops Announced
- Grant Awarded for Virtual Advisor Program
- WVU Dean Honored for Distance Education Work
- Important Changes to Financial Aid
Three online graduate programs at West Virginia University – nursing, education and business – have been ranked among the top 30 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. More
The iDesign staff will offer a series of workshops on-campus and online this spring. For details, visit here.
West Virginia University Extended Learning has been awarded $28,294 from the West Virginia Technical Assistance Broadband Grant Program to create a “Virtual Student Advisor” for adult learners who are enrolling in online classes at WVU for the first time. The advisor will deploy one of several interactive technologies-such as Skype, Wimba Live or GoToMeeting-to communicate with students and ease their transition to the online classroom.
Dr. Sue Day-Perroots, dean of Extended Learning, was recently honored with the Irving Award, the highest recognition given by the American Distance Education Consortium (ADEC).