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Family obligations, work commitments, gas prices–there are countless reasons why online learning could be a smart option for you. Whether you start your journey at Austin Peay State University online initially, take an assortment of online and on-ground courses or move to fully online over time, the department of Distance Education will be here to support you.
Distance Education enables the University to reach beyond the traditional campus classroom. We are continually striving to improve the quality of our online courses while increasing the options available to you. Our mission is to assist with the offering of high quality online programs through various services including the administration of Desire2Learn (D2L) and the D2L help desk, online resources, online proctoring service, and online student support as well as instructional technology, multimedia and course development assistance for faculty.
Austin Peay Stat University’s online courses offer an interactive approach to education combine with a user-friendly online platform. Even if you’ve never taken an online class before, you will find our online format easy to learn, navigate, and manage! Online students access D2L (https://elearn.apsu.edu) and interact with instructors and classmates online in an interactive, asynchronous format. It is important to know that online courses are not self-paced; courses begin and end on specific dates and class work has assigned deadlines. Advising, library services, student support, and other forms of student assistance are available to online students.
APSU participates in the TN eCampus consortium which provides comprehensive education programs and courses through a coordinated network of Tennessee Board of Regents colleges, universities, and colleges of applied technology. Courses taken through the TN eCampus consortium are online and completely transferable among the participating institutions which are all fully accredited. In order to graduate from APSU when participating in the TN eCampus consortium at least 25% of the courses taken within the degree for undergraduate students and 33% of the courses taken within the degree for graduate students must be taught by APSU faculty. Please consult your Academic Advisor for more information.
Additional information about Distance Education and our services are available online at www.apsu.edu/online or by contacting the department directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 931-221-7257.