Kristin Zabos had a successful business and loved her work as a wedding photographer. However, a medical situation which led to major surgery meant she had to wrap up that career and find something else.
Just as Allan Reid was ready to return to school his husband was ready to retire and travel the world. They found some middle ground with Athabasca University’s distance and online learning offerings.
HR specialist, Gabriel Wilhelm, recently completed a bachelor’s degree in human resources and labour relations from Athabasca University while also working as a recruiter.
How do you stay focused on completing your research when the world is falling apart? I’m joined by my MACT colleagues Cedric Cordero and Jane Duffy to hear how they made it work.
We're back! This back to school season is all about online learning and we're proud to partner with Athabasca University, Canada's online university.
Katrina reviews her final homework assignment for the Athabaca University PowerED course, Machine Learning for Competitive Advantage, with data scientist Marcin Mizianty.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are transforming pretty much every aspect of our lives. How can non-technical people better understand ML and figure out how use it in their business?
Learning should seamlessly fit into your life, your workplace and be easily accessible on demand. That’s the premise behind PowerED, an exciting new offering from Athabasca University.
Online learning is a hot topic these days. Dr. Neil Fassina is the President of Athabasca University, Canada's online University. Athabasca U is celebrating 50 years as an innovator in delivering remote education.
This special mini-series created in partnership with Athabasca University explores online learning, micro-credentialing and machine learning. Launches April 14th.