Academic Partnerships expands Faculty eCommons PD programming

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Academic Partnerships, one of the largest representatives of online learning in the United States and around the world, today announced that it has expanded the professional development programming available through Faculty eCommons, the social learning ecosystem developed for faculty around the world to work together and improve online education.

"Faculty eCommons is dedicated to helping faculty design and teach high-quality online courses that meet that needs of today's learners," said AP Vice President of Academic Services Whitney Kilgore.  "It has been a tremendous resource for those involved in providing online instruction, and we are delighted to expand the professional development programs it provides to address issues of interest, including teaching with emerging technologies and designing innovative instruction for the online classroom."

Developed with quality in mind, Faculty eCommons' free professional development events provide faculty with guidance and practical tips that can be applied to online courses to create effective and memorable learning experiences for students.

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