In January 2016, Excelsior Cares was created as a community relations program built to expand the College’s mission to serve the underserved beyond the virtual classroom by assisting with the critical needs of the community, […]
Cybercrime is becoming more common in today’s technologically advanced society. Cyber-attacks cost businesses hundreds of billions of dollars a year, and the call for experts to battle these threats is on the rise. In fact, […]
In this series of articles titled “Tomorrow’s World,” members of Business & Technology faculty will reflect on the changes taking place in their field and consider how those changes might impact someone pursuing a career […]
Grammarly Update. The issues where students cannot log in or make new accounts has been resolved. The service is now available to everyone.
From Turnitin: Turnitin and TurnitinUK service has now been restored. Service was disrupted from 4.15am PST/12.15pm BST/9.15pm AEDT to 4.39am PST/12.39 BST/9.39pm AEDT. We apologize for the inconvenience.
By Amy Erickson Mini Lectures Next month, I’ll be giving a presentation on microlectures to Excelsior faculty. As I looked into resources to fortify this discussion, I came across a wonderful 20-minute mentor video […]
By Amy Erickson Visible Learning In the January edition of The Online Classroom, Robert Talbert offers several compelling reasons for using video assignments in the online classroom. Instead of submitting a sheet of paper with […]
Learning Resources at Excelsior College: Part 1 This is part I of a series of blog posts designed to familiarize students with some of the learning resources available at Excelsior College. The intent of each […]
Happy Holidays! It’s Kelli and Hannah your Student Success Coaches again with another monthly app! With the holidays quickly approaching we thought this would be a great time to introduce a budgeting app. We know […]