Accudemia News

Bringing Staff, Students, and Faculty Together with Keigh-Cee Bell, Episode 1 of 2

7 April 2021

Press play to listen: Our biggest hurdle was engaging students when outreach was completely virtual. Our biggest win is seeing a large comeback in our tutoring numbers In episode one of a two-part interview with Keigh-Cee Bell, Coordinator for the Carole A. Tate Teaching and Learning Center at Southwest Michigan...

The Top 5 Things I’ve Learned From Working with Accudemia Clients (So Far)

6 April 2021

  For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Rachel Cook, the new Customer Success Manager for Accudemia. I make sure clients are running our systems smoothly and that they’re taking full advantage of what Accudemia has to offer (hint: it’s a lot!). This isn’t my first rodeo with...

Tips to Keep Appointments Running Smoothly in Accudemia

31 March 2021

Now that most schools' administrators are working from home and managing their staff remotely, you may need to how to keep your center's appointments running smoothly with Accudemia and our newer virtual features.  If you have not heard, Accudemia now supports virtual sessions.  The following are some notes that will...

Attachments in Accudemia to Help with Asynchronous and Online Tutoring

31 March 2021

You asked, and we listened! We are pleased to announce the addition of a new and mighty cool feature to Accudemia: the ability to share files when scheduling an appointment. This new feature is handy, for example, if the student wants the tutor’s help in reviewing a paper. The student...

The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: #5. Data Collection for Continuous Improvement

3 March 2021

In the final part of a short series of podcast episodes, we conclude a discussion with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, about another foundational pillar upon which to successfully build your college or university Learning Center.   Her book, Everything You Ever...

The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: #4. Establish Rapport with Your Students

4 February 2021

In part four of a short series of podcast episodes, we speak with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, regarding another foundational pillar on which to build a successful Learning Center at your college or university. Her recent publication, Everything You Ever Wanted...

The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: #3. Resourcefulness

6 January 2021

In part three of a short series of podcast episodes, we continue our discussion with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, regarding another foundational pillar on which to build a successful Learning Center at your college or university. Inspired by her most recent...

The 5 Pillars of Learning Centers, with Penny Turrentine: #2. Support from Faculty and Administrators

2 December 2020

In part two of a short series of podcast episodes, we speak with Penny Turrentine, Ph. D., Adjunct Faculty and Program Coordinator at Pima Community College, about another foundational pillar on which to build a successful Learning Center at your college or university. Inspired by her most recent publication, Everything...

Changes Coming to the Zoom Integration

24 November 2020

On Thursday, November 26th, Engineerica will be releasing a new version of Accudemia that fixes several issues that have been identified by our users. The changes should not significantly affect the way you use Accudemia or Zoom. Please read below for a detailed list of the changes. #1. "Join Session"...

Announcing Outlook 365 Calendar Integration with Accudemia

4 November 2020

We’re excited to announce our addition of direct integration with Outlook 365 and Google Calendar in Accudemia. This two-way sync will: Send appointments made in Accudemia to your Outlook calendar instantly. Enable you to reschedule or cancel Accudemia appointments from within Outlook. Notify you by email of any changes made...