Faculty and staff employed through the School of Distance Education and International Partnerships directly assist other campus schools and administrative offices in a range of services. Key services are listed here.
LearningHub is Andrews University's learning management system, powered by Moodle. Students are able to interact with the coursework online by taking exams, submiting assignments, and have online discussions. It incorporates Turnitin, a software that allows the instructors to see exactly the sources students are using and evaluate the sources themselves.
Learn more. Visit LearningHub.
DLiT provides a wide variety of resources, tutorials, and guides for various online learning, technology-enhanced teaching, and learning supports.
Visit this page to find and download guides and resources.
The Department of Digital Learning and Instructional Technology provides coordination and review for online program and course development, as well as technical support, instructional design advice and training, and materials design and conversion for course development for main campus, online campus, and off campus courses.
Up to 30% of undergraduate program requirements and 6 credits for graduate program requirements may be earned through prior college-level learning, recognizing personal and professional development outside fo formal education settings.
The Office of Compliance provides research, advice, and assistance in the development of new out-of-state and foreign programs, including the creation of new agreements with other institutions.
Learn more about compliance, contracts, and authorizations.