3 years ago

Online Power Education: Keeping Pace with the Demand for High-Quality, Flexible Education

, Michael F. Ahern
Online education is on the rise in most fields, and power is no exception. In the United States, several factors are driving this growth, such as industry demographics, the increasing complexity of the power grid, and the dispersed working locations and unpredictable working hours that demand flexible options for education. While it has been a boon for power systems professionals, online education challenges universities, the industry, and other educational organizations like the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) to stay current in both content and delivery.
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