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Periodical for research & scholarship

Phoenix Scholar
Vol. 4, Issue 2

In this edition, we share a collection of reflections from University of Phoenix leaders related to the challenges of the pandemic, responsive strategies and long-term impacts on our institution.

Featured articles in this issue

  • Strategies Used to Manage the COVID-19 Pandemic Challenges at University of Phoenix: Leaders’ Reflections
  • Remote Work Skills and Teaching Strategies for Effective Online Collaboration

  • Research Trio Strives to Publish Public Special Ed Response to COVID-19

  • CEITR Research Lab: Exploring the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Nursing Students and Nursing Faculty at the University of Phoenix

  • Building Grittiness in Undergraduate Students

  • Equity in Education: Maximizing Learning for At-Risk Minorities Prior to and in the Face of COVID-19

  • Metacognitive Pedagogy

  • Preparing for the Mentorship Process: How to Give Yourself the Best Experience

  • Mini-Certification Programs to Enhance Faculty Engagement and Professional Development: A Mixed-Method Study

  • Higher Ed Perspectives of Short Burst Learning and Digital Badging: An Initial Study

  • Reshaping Practitioner Higher Education Institutions to Serve Adult Learners: The COVID-19 Pandemic Implications

  • Strategies to Support Persistence in Non-traditional Students in Practitioner-Based Programs

  • Reshaping Education Through Innovation: Aligning Curricula with Employer Needs

  • Not All Was Lost: Hidden Benefits of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Education

  • Your Pathway to Transformational Experiences Scholarly Programs at the Center for Educational and Instructional Research (CEITR)