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Moore Elected to Serve as Vice Chair of WCET Executive Committee

Michael Moore, Ph.D., chief academic and operating officer at the University of Arkansas System eVersity, recently assumed the vice chairmanship of the national WCET Executive Committee, a cooperative organization that promotes educational technology strategies for the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). Elected by his WCET colleagues, Moore is in his third year of […]

National Distance Learning Week Day 5 – Innovative Distance Learning Saves Money

*This is part of a five-day series celebrating National Distance Learning Week Nov. 9-13. eVersity is doing a daily tribute featuring “Five Ways Distance Learning Changes Lives.” The University of Arkansas System eVersity’s innovative business model within providing a 100 percent-online learning experience has helped save its students more than $6 million since classes launched […]

National Distance Learning Week Day 4 – Online by Design

*This is part of a five-day series celebrating National Distance Learning Week Nov. 9-13. eVersity is doing a daily tribute featuring “Five Ways Distance Learning Changes Lives.” In today’s climate, the term “online learning” is getting tossed around without much meaning or context quite frequently. But what most people don’t understand is the major difference […]

National Distance Learning Week Day 3 – eVersity is On Your Schedule

*This is part of a five-day series celebrating National Distance Learning Week Nov. 9-13. eVersity is doing a daily tribute featuring “Five Ways Distance Learning Changes Lives.” Don’t have time to finish the college degree that was once started? Think again, because high-quality distance learning allows the flexibility to fit coursework into busy lives. At […]

National Distance Learning Week Day 2 – Accessibility is the Key

*This is part of a five-day series celebrating National Distance Learning Week Nov. 9-13. eVersity is doing a daily tribute featuring “Five Ways Distance Learning Changes Lives.” With more than 80 percent of the University of Arkansas System eVersity’s current student population between the nontraditional ages of 23-49, its hard-working students know a thing or […]

National Distance Learning Week Day 1 – OER is in eVersity’s DNA

*This is part of a five-day series celebrating National Distance Learning Week Nov. 9-13. eVersity is doing a daily tribute featuring “Five Ways Distance Learning Changes Lives.” “No books, no fees” has become staple nomenclature around the staff and offices within the University of Arkansas System eVersity, which is one of the few institutions nationally […]

Introducing the eVersity Alumni Association

The University of Arkansas System eVersity today launched the eVersity Alumni Association to help serve the many graduates who chose the 100 percent-online institution since its launch in fall 2015. “We admit, it’s not a fully developed concept just yet, but we want to involve graduates in the process of trying to make this something […]

Education, Public Service Anchor eVersity Grad’s Career

Joe Traylor’s inspiration to complete his college degree — a journey years in the making — starts with a story he likes to tell about his father, Al. “He was a radiographer, he did X-rays and CT scans and MRIs,” Traylor said. “He got his training in the Air Force and he was able to […]

At eVersity, It’s Never Too Late to Fulfill a Dream

Mary Butler, of Bryant, has been chasing her college degree for decades. And while she still has work ahead of her to finally realize that dream at the University of Arkansas System eVersity, the 49-year-old will tell you that dreams don’t have an expiration date. “It’s all just in your mind,” she said. “You don’t […]

Student Finds His Stride – And His Degree – at eVersity 

As a law enforcement professional, Brandon Dehart is used to staying light on his feet, prepared for anything and everything his job can throw at him. But when it came to higher education, the Van Buren native kept falling into the same old ruts where college felt like too much to handle.  “It was just so hard […]

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