Posts filed under "In the Media"

Excelsior College Cybersecurity Club Featured in Cyber Security Programs in Northeast US

The Excelsior College Cybersecurity Club was featured in The Bookmark’s Cybsersecurity Programs in the Northeast of the United States. The Cybersecurity Club... [read more]

Why the Switch to OER is Easier Than You Think

Taking into account library articles, web links, videos, simulations and more, many courses are already using a number of open education resources... [read more]

Excelsior’s new president wants to help as many people get degrees as possible

Jim Baldwin, the new Excelsior College president, has served in leadership roles over the last four decades. Baldwin sat down with the... [read more]

The New Frontier: Lisa Daniels on the Challenges — and Opportunities — of Building an Analytics Strategy

The assistant vice president for analytics at Excelsior College, Lisa Daniels, explains the value of training and the importance of diverse skills.... [read more]

The Growing Need for Cybersecurity Professionals

With the cybersecurity market anticipated to grow from $75 billion in 2015 to $170 billion by 2020, the Federal Government is listing... [read more]

Leveraging distance educators to solve global community challenges

Experts from Excelsior College discuss the endless opportunities for faculty and students to come together to address global issues thanks to distance... [read more]

ITT Tech students get help

Excelsior College has agreed to provide a free transcript evaluation so prospective students can see how many of their credits would transfer... [read more]

Dr. Paludi to Speak on Sexual Harassment on NPR

Dr. Michele Paludi, assistant dean, within the School of Business & Technology, will be interviewed on Wednesday, August 17 on WOSU Public... [read more]

Technology vs. work-life balance

Dr. Jane Leclair, cybersecurity consultant for Excelsior College, pens an article about juggling technology and work-life balance within your career. To read... [read more]

The Ever-Changing CIO Job Description

Longtime chief information officers reflect on how their day-to-day activities have changed and what skills are most important for today’s IT leaders.... [read more]

Op-Ed: Why innovation-desperate higher ed needs to break its shackles

EdTech Development: Strangely enough, a false narrative exists that says technology + innovation is a purchased good that comes from outside the... [read more]

Games promise active, enjoyable learning

Watching preschoolers play on touchscreen devices makes it clear that the future college students of America are of the connected generation. Unfortunately,... [read more]