Students desire cost savings and convenience. Faculty desire flexibility and academic freedom. But above all, everyone wants to see students succeed. Inclusive Access is transforming learning by enabling students to easily access affordable textbooks and more from the first day of class.
Inclusive Access, or IA, is a phrase that you will have a hard time not hearing these days in higher education, but what is it exactly and why is everyone talking about it?
Inclusive access is a course content solution that gives students access to all of the course materials they will need for class in a digital format, at a discounted price, prior to the first day of class. It provides the affordability and convenience students desire while alleviating the stress of additional out-of-pocket expenses or waiting for financial aid to be disbursed. IA is rapidly growing in popularity due to the immediate and long-term benefits. Combining affordability and ease of access with 21st century educational tools, IA provides advantages for students, faculty, and institutions.
Trying to understand the what, why, and how of inclusive access can be daunting - Google it and 604 million results will fill your screen. With so much information available, it is hard to decipher what is useful and what is noise. For that reason, we developed the 2020 Inclusive Access eGuide - What it is, What it Does, & How it Helps Students Succeed - to help you determine if IA is right for your institution.
Inside the guide, you will learn:
- What IA is, and what it isn’t
- How IA can benefit students, faculty, and your entire institution
- Best practices to make IA successful
- How to use IA to maximize choice, student success, and cost savings
Click here to download your copy of the eGuide today!