Tag Archives: Online

Students, faculty adjusting to virtual environment

April 2, 2020
By Clif Lusk

Robert Earl Stewart has taught adjunct longer than many full-time faculty members have had their stripes – almost 20 years.

With the COVID-19 outbreak, however, Stewart, a distinguished lecturer of finance and professor emeritus in the Sorrell College of Business, has made a successful transition to the online delivery of instruction for his students. He…

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TROY students share their best tips for working online

March 19, 2020
By Autumn Baggett-Griggs

Troy University has joined colleges and universities across the nation in transitioning physical classrooms to an online format to help fight the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

With more than a century of academic excellence and as a pioneer in Alabama’s online education space, TROY is equipped to help students continue their studies through this…

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Resources for students transitioning to online learning

March 18, 2020
By Greg Phillips

As Troy University classes shift to online and alternative delivery methods in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus, some students may be dealing with these learning environments for the first time.

The John W. Schmidt Center for Student Success is providing guidance and a number of resources to help students as they navigate this unexpected transition.

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