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    Certifications At ECPI
    by Matthew Crider - Wednesday, August 26, 2015, 4:11 PM
    To all students!

    The Library keeps an up to date list of Certifications available through ECPI University.

    Take a look to find what certifications you can earn!

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    Online Bookshelf user interface for VitalSource-eBooks is improving in August
    by Veronica Wheless - Friday, August 7, 2015, 5:21 PM

    The Online Bookshelf user interface for your VitalSource-eBooks will be changing during the month of August. The change will make a number of small cosmetic improvements as well as providing the following benefits: 

    • Streamlined interface ensures you can get the content you need as efficiently as possible to maximize your precious time
    • Intuitive and responsive design automatically sizes the screen to your device for an optimal reading experience
    • Based on user feedback, the online experience will now be more like the mobile experience you get when you download the app, giving a consistent experience as you move between devices
    • Arranging elements to customize your Bookshelf and flexible learning tools like shareable notes and highlights allow you to create a personal learning experience that suits the way you work

    The below screen shot shows the current vs. redesigned Online Bookshelf. The redesigned version is very similar, but it does make things easier to see and use.


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    Windows 10 Released!
    by Robert Parsick - Wednesday, July 29, 2015, 10:01 AM

    On July 29, Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 along with a new browser called Microsoft Edge.

    For more information, please visit:


    ECPI is reviewing how this browser and operating system will work with our content, but we expect this process could take several months. 


    In the meantime, we recommend:

    On a computer running Windows 7 or 8, use Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer.

    If you have upgraded your computer to Windows 10, use Chrome or Firefox.