Robert P. Hogan

Robert Hogan created the online college at Florence-Darlington Technical College where he also received a FIPSE grant to develop an online collaboration among four US and European colleges. He later implemented these international techniques at the University of the South Pacific where he developed borderless distance learning programs for 12 Pacific developing nations. He also received a World Health Organization grant to develop a transnational chemistry course. At the University of Fiji, he initiated an international doctoral program in Education. Most recently, Dr. Hogan pilot tested a fusion-learning pedagogy designed to reduce student isolation in online graduate programs. He is the author of the publication Global Demand for Borderless Online Degrees. Dr. Hogan received his B.A. and M.S. from New York University and his doctorate from the University of Central Florida.


Global Demand for Borderless Online Degrees
Robert P. Hogan. © 2020. 266 pages.
In recent decades, community colleges and universities have struggled with less funding, increased competition, and shrinking enrollment. Borderless online degrees offer...
Online Strategies for Stimulating Learner Engagement
Lynne Orr, Linda Weekley, Sharon C. Little, Robert P. Hogan. © 2020. 22 pages.
Active student engagement in online classes is an important component of retention, pass rates, and student satisfaction. Although online class enrollment has grown steadily over...
A Synchronous Pedagogy to Improve Online Student Success
Robert P. Hogan, Mohini Devi. © 2019. 17 pages.
Despite continuous advances in the Internet and educational technology, the primary online pedagogy remains asynchronous chat, posted learning materials, and video clips. Blended...