About Jennifer Miller

Jennifer is a member of the CourseArc Client Support Team and has been in EdTech for over a decade. She enjoys working with educators and helping support their online learning initiatives. Jennifer lives on a small farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia with her husband and their teenage children.

Q&A: Northampton Community College

Northampton Community College is well known for their innovative programs, outstanding faculty and student achievements. With one of the largest scholarship programs in Pennsylvania, Northampton Community College serves as one of the most affordable premier educational institutions in the Pennsylvania region. 

Employee Buy-In for New Technology Adoption

It doesn’t matter how large or small your organization is, digital transformation projects – whether updating old technologies or adopting new ones – have a 70% chance of failure. With the hefty investments that some technologies require, organizations cannot afford to have their new initiatives fail. We share 4 tips on how organizations can ensure that their digital transformation and new technology is a success.

Q&A: World of Learning Institute

With a noble mission to ensure foreign language education is accessible to everyone, the World of Learning (WOL) Institute has capitalized on existing technologies to provide face-to-face world language instruction in a virtual format. The organization has provided close to 10,000 hours of instruction to over 1,600 students worldwide. In May 2020, the WOL Institute began working with CourseArc to ensure their online courses are accessible to all learners and to increase student engagement.

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Q&A: Maryland Historical Society

A worldwide pandemic can easily put the stops on any organization, and it is no different for a premier educational institution such as the Maryland Historical Society. Despite the drastic changes operations have undergone as a result of COVID-19, the Maryland Historical Society continues to delight the minds and hearts of students and history buffs alike through their online content.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 4

In your journey to teaching and learning online, after you've successfully launched your courses online, the final step is evaluation. Evaluation is necessary to ensure students are meeting learning outcomes.

Navigating the Journey to Teaching and Learning Online: Step 3

In the journey to a fully online education, ongoing support is the third step after you've successfully launched your lessons online! To ensure continued success, develop a support system for parents and students.

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