The HBCU Summit on Affordable Learning Solutions and Quality Online Program was cofounded and Chaired by Prof. Moustapha Diack, SUS Vice President for Online Learning Services. The SU System is a proud sponsor of the 2018 Summit to be held in Nashville, TN. Please visit the Summit link to get the full program.
The Online Learning Consortium's premier journal dedicated to the development and dissemination of new knowledge at the intersection of pedagogy, emerging technology, policy, and practice in online environments. The issues are open for access and download. Follow the link to gain access to the issues.
Also, visit the OLC Research Center for recent Research on Digital Media.
The Southern University Open Library for Education (suol4ed) is a portal enabling SUS faculty to search and find free digital resources and free open textbooks they can use to develop quality online courses and programs for a global market.
With the essential support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the California State University and MERLOT in partnership with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) implement strategies to make college more affordable by reducing the cost of course materials.
The Skillscommons Repository was created through funds from the Department of Labor and the Department of Education - SkillsCommons’ mission is to accelerate the democratization of education for all through open educational services and resources enabling individuals, communities, educational institutions, organizations, and businesses to prepare people for successful employment in the 21st Century. Explore free and open educational resources in Workforce Development.
What began as a dream more than 136 years ago is today a living legacy of determination, commitment, and success. The Southern University and A&M College System is the only historically black university system in the United States.