VESi Explainer Video

Interested in online professional development? View this video for more information on VESi, one of AU's online course sponsors.

 

 

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Ashland University's Professional Development Services (PDS) is the number one provider of professional development classes for credit in the state of Ohio serving over 400 school districts in all 88 counties with more affordable graduate credits for use in teaching and/or administration license renewal.  Last year alone we taught nearly 4,000 graduate credit classes annually to more than 14,500 teachers who earned over 20,000 graduate credit hours. We offer a wide variety of year-round class options as well as training onsite, online, or at our five convenient locations throughout Ohio.

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Students can use Ashland's student portal, WebAdvisor to view courses they have registered for, view grades, print account statements or grade reports. Once grades have been posted, an official transcript can be ordered. Please click the links below for more information on setting up your WebAdvisor account and requesting transcripts once your grades have been posted.

PLEASE NOTE: transcripts will be sent even if grades have not posted. Please use WebAdvsor to check your grades before ordering transcripts.

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Travel To Alaska!

Are there any teachers interested in traveling to Alaska next summer for your professional learning experience? Ashland University is offering graduate credit to study Alaska as a hybrid course for Summer 2017. The focus will be on Alaska history (both US and Russian), the Klondike Gold Rush, and Tlingit and Haida native cultures. It is a rich, content-driven travel opportunity that encompasses history, archaeology, geography, and geology. There are books and numerous articles that will be part of the readings ahead of time to provide an immersion across disciplines. Students will maintain a journal and submit assignment requirements that will apply to the readings and hands-on learning that the travel will provide along with many discussion periods. Start planning today for this opportunity next year! For more information, please contact the Elyria/Cleveland Center at 216-292-1100 or click here.

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