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University of Holy Cross to Launch New Online Bookstore

Akademos to offer expanded course materials options, improved availability and best-in-class personalized service to students and faculty

Holy Cross Logo PNGUniversity of Holy Cross (UHC) has selected Akademos as its new online bookstore provider to help students obtain significant savings on course materials. With more than 65 academic programs, UHC specializes in personalized education and is committed to “educating the heart as well as the mind.” The institution will open the new online bookstore to support over 1,200 students for its Fall Term 2018.

Lawrence University Partners with Akademos to address Textbook Affordability

New online bookstore will provide advanced tools and actionable data to the institution to support student success     Lawrence U Logo

Lawrence University has selected Akademos as its new online bookstore provider to address textbook affordability for students. The institution, a liberal arts college and conservatory of music, serves 1,500 students each year, from nearly every state and 50 countries – all committed to a rigorous and challenging educational experience. The University will launch its new online bookstore this summer in support of its Fall Term 2018.

North Central College Selects Akademos for New Online Bookstore Service

Unique platform and marketplace will provide students with personalized service and affordable course materials, and the College with data and tools to support student success  North Central Logo

North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, has selected Akademos as its online bookstore provider to help students obtain significant savings on course materials, a wider selection of textbook formats and payment options, and a best-in-class personalized ordering experience. The College plans to launch its online bookstore in the fall of 2018.

St. Francis College Announces New Akademos Online Bookstore

Akademos Platform to Provide Lower Textbook Prices for Students and
Enhanced Tools and Support for Faculty     St. Francis College Brooklyn

St. Francis College has selected Akademos as its online bookstore provider to help students obtain significant savings on course materials and to make purchasing easier through personalized listings that will be linked to their course management accounts. Faculty and staff will benefit from actionable data and analytics that connect learning material selections to academic outcomes. All course materials will be available via the new platform in support of Fall Term 2018, with a pilot during the final summer session.   

Wingate University Partners with Akademos to Provide Lower Course Materials Prices to Students

Personalized service, support of student success, and actionable data to be provided by Akademos platform and marketplace  

Wingate University logoWe are proud to announce that Wingate University has selected Akademos as its online bookstore provider to help students obtain significant savings on course materials. A multicultural, private university with students from 37 states and 13 countries, Wingate offers undergraduate degrees in its schools of business, arts and sciences, sport sciences and education. Nine graduate programs are also offered in a variety of disciplines. The University, which values getting to know each student as an individual, will launch its online bookstore this spring to support its Summer Term 2018.

The Impact of Generation Z on the College Course Materials Marketplace

How Your Campus Can Prepare for the Influx of the First True Digital Natives

books in tablet.jpgWhile many of us remember life before the Internet, there is an entire generation that’s never lived without it.  Generation Z, born 2001–2013, grew up in the digital age, where tablets, smartphones and instant access to information were all a part of their day-to-day reality literally from birth. They’ve seen technologies become obsolete as quickly as they’ve been created so, despite their young age, they’re skilled at adapting to new modalities. Generation Z is accustomed to choice, instant information, speed and ease of use  –  at home, socially, and in their classrooms.

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