APUS Is First Three-Time Sloan Award Recipient

American Public University System has received a Sloan Consortium (Sloan-C) Effective Practice Award for its “Online Learning Contact Hour Calculator,” an adaptive model for calculating contact hours. This makes us the first three-time winner of the award. The university was recognized today at the annual Sloan-C

International Conference on Online Learning.

More information: APUS Named First Three-Time Recipient of Sloan Consortium Effective Practice Award

From left to right; Provost Dr. Karan Powell; VP and Dean of Institutional Research Assessment Dr. Jennifer Stephens Helm; Director of Research and Methodology Dr. Melissa Layne; and VP of Research and Development Dr. Phil Ice

From left to right; Provost Dr. Karan Powell; VP and Dean of Institutional Research Assessment Dr. Jennifer Stephens Helm; Director of Research and Methodology Dr. Melissa Layne; and VP of Research and Development Dr. Phil Ice

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