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Yorkville University's Campus is Changing

As of January 2018, students will see some impressive changes to Yorkville’s online campus. To log into the new campus, you will need to use your Office 365 email address and password.  If you haven’t used your Office 365 account yet, please ensure you can access it as soon as possible so that we can resolve any access issues before your January classes begin.

 

Some things to know: 

• There will be a new website address for the campus which will be posted on the current campus and sent out to students via email in late December.

• With this new campus, students will receive OneDrive cloud storage account with 1tb of storage space and free access to the full Office 2016 software.

• Any courses you have taken in 2017 will still be available to you on the current Campus website (http://campus.yorkvilleu.ca/) using your existing login & password and will remain available online until mid-2018.

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Yorkville’s Writing Lab is on the Move!

Effective January 1, 2018 the Yorkville University Writing Lab will no longer appear under the “My Courses” list in the online campus. Instead, all of the amazing presentations, tips, and resources, including access to the Writing Coaches, can be accessed through the Learning Success Centre at http://success.yorkvilleu.ca/navigation/writing-lab/

Exciting new look, same great content, services, and supports! The Writing Lab team is ready to unravel the mysteries of APA, the Oxford comma, hyphens vs. dashes and so much more!

MED Alumnus Rima Al Tawil Excels, Putting Online Education Theory into Practice

MED Alumnus Rima Al Tawil Excels, Putting Online Education Theory into Practice

Rima Al Tawil has become something of an expert in the theory and implementation of communication strategies in online learning and has found her calling as a senior instructional designer.      “I know that whatever ideas I share will reach a multitude of people across many different cultures.  To be able to exchange ideas with people who are of like minds, yet also from …

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Graduate Gets Promotion at Prestigious University

Graduate Gets Promotion at Prestigious University

 A few years ago, Sudbury, Ontario native Mary Beswick wouldn't have anticipated she would be living in balmy Chapel Hill North Carolina, working as a Human Resources specialist at a prestigious post-secondary institution.  This past July however, Beswick received a promotion to the position of Employment Consultant at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and has just created …

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MACP Alumnus in the News

Yorkville Alumnus Brady Hutchinson was recently featured in the Brantford Expositor newspaper for opening Cornerstone Counselling Services in Waterford, Ontario. You can read the full article here

 

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