It's always fun to share the great work of our Baylor Bears. Please help me celebrate Jennifer Gonzales and Erika Neuman, students in our online Doctor of Education (EdD) in Learning and Organizational Change program. They each received awards at the School Science and Mathematics Association (SSMA) conference.
As higher education looks to ensure that students are provided the most innovative, accessible and engaging learning experience, virtual reality (VR) continues to be part of that conversation. Early uses of VR in instructional experiences have positively impacted students who might otherwise be less engaged or less successful in STEM coursework.
In this article, EAB’s Presidential Experience Lab presents the four key lessons and three broad questions to consider as we look to the future of what VR and the ‘metaverse’ might mean for higher education.
Baylor has been pioneering in the professional education space for five years, bringing Master’s and PhD programs online to support learners while allowing them to continue to work and raise a family while prioritizing their career journey. Baylor, recently recognized as an R1 Research Institution, brings its world-renowned faculty and the Baylor community to students across Texas and the country. Below are four ways Baylor continues to innovate and be a leader in online professional education.
Baylor University, in collaboration with edX, to launch a MicroMasters® program in Social Work. The MicroMasters course content gives prospective students a stackable credential applicable to the Social Work field and insight into degree-earning coursework, providing an accessible pathway to receiving a full master’s degree.