226 Questions Added to English Composition with Integrated Review

We've added 226 NEW questions to English Composition with Integrated Review this spring! This course, ideal for corequisite English classes and accelerated learning programs, encourages students to thoughtfully craft, defend, and polish arguments while offering targeted remediation of foundational reading and writing concepts. New questions are in each Integrated Review lesson: 0R: Study Skills 1R: Why We … Continue reading 226 Questions Added to English Composition with Integrated Review

Increase Developmental Education’s Success with 8 Changes

Campus Technology writer Dian Schaffhauser reported on research from the University of Texas at Austin's Center for Community College Student Engagement regarding students' college readiness. The report, "Expectations Meet Reality: The Underprepared Student and Community Colleges," claims 68% of students included in the study had to take at least one developmental course in college, even though they felt … Continue reading Increase Developmental Education’s Success with 8 Changes

4 Ways to Improve your Distance Learning Course

John Laskaris shares his tips for making sure your eLearning program develops a wide learner base in "4 Ways to Tweak your eLearning for Extended Audiences." While the original post focus on eLearning training programs for organizations, much of the advice can be applied to online college courses. His top four tips include the following: … Continue reading 4 Ways to Improve your Distance Learning Course

Want to become a strong leader? eLearning can help!

Strengthening your leadership skills is no easy task! Joel Copeland's article, "3 Reasons Why eLearning is Key to Leadership Training and Development," highlights three ways eLearning has a positive impact on leadership training and development. The author, Joel Copeland, describes how eLearning gives you the following: The ability to apply knowledge – Knowing something is great, but … Continue reading Want to become a strong leader? eLearning can help!

The last banana: A thought experiment in probability

We love TEDEd's original videos, which make learning concepts in mathematics a little more fun and relatable. In the video below, we imagine a game played with two players and two dice. If the biggest number rolled is one, two, three, or four, Player 1 wins. If the biggest number rolled is five or six, Player … Continue reading The last banana: A thought experiment in probability