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Tips for Online Group Projects

February 10, 2015

Working in groups can be fun and educational, but it does not come without challenges. Even though online students do not see each other in person, they still work together online. Several UGA online professors assign group projects as a way for students to collaborate and learn from each other.

Online Instructor Will Speak at TEDxUGA!

February 5, 2015

Dawn Bennett-Alexander, who teaches online classes at the University of Georgia, has been chosen as a speaker at TEDxUGA. TEDxUGA is an independently organized speaker series on campus. Bennett-Alexander is a lawyer and an Employment Law and Legal Studies professor whose studies have centered around understanding diversity and each person’s…

Financial Planning Student Finds Balance with UGA Online Learning

February 3, 2015

Joseph Paoletti, online Master of Financial Planning student, has found a fit in online learning at UGA. After earning his undergraduate degree, he planned on getting his masters degree one day, but was not able to go back after going to work. That was until he found UGA Online…

UGA Online Alumni and Local Author Excels After Program

January 27, 2015

 Dede deLaughter started the Master of Adult Education online program with high expectations and was not let down. She was already involved in the world of Adult Education, as a staff member at University of North Georgia. She has a passion for adult learners, saying, “ I just found in…

Deadlines are Approaching for Online Undergraduate Summer Programs.

January 23, 2015

Deadlines for the summer online undergraduate programs are quickly approaching. The deadline to apply to the Bachelor of Science in Special Education is February 15. On March 1st, the applications for the Online Bachelor of Business degree will be due. If you would like to start your degree in either…

Is Online Learning Right for You?

January 20, 2015

Deciding to go with an online program instead of a traditional degree program is not always an easy choice. What works for one person might not be right for everyone. US News and World report has a helpful research guide to see if online learning is right for you. These…

UGA Online Faculty Member to Collaborate with Department of Defense Research

January 13, 2015

A UGA Online faculty member, Dr. Bonnie Cramond, is involved with research with the Department of Defense. Cramond is an educational psychology professor and will be part of a team from the University of Georgia College of Education that analyze gifted education programs in US Department of Defense schools. The…

UGA Online Programs Earn Spots in Rankings by US News and World Report!

January 8, 2015

US News and World report released their rankings of the the top online programs in the country and UGA made the cut! UGA was named the 23rd best online graduate education program. It also made the top 100 best online undergraduate programs. These rankings were determined by evaluating a few…

UGA Now Accepting Applications for MFA in Narrative Media Writing Program!

January 6, 2015

The low- residency Master of Fine Arts degree in Narrative Media writing will launch this fall at UGA! It will be the first of its kind at a major research institution. The program is for writers who are looking to boost their careers by studying narrative non-fiction and screenwriting. Narrative…

UGA Ranked in Kiplinger’s Best Values in Public Colleges.

December 30, 2014

“The University of Georgia has been ranked No. 10 on Kiplinger’s Personal Finance list of 100 best values among public colleges and universities for 2015. UGA climbed to the tenth position last year based on improved test scores and a more-competitive admission rate and held its place in the top 10…