The textbook was a technological advance.  What comes next?

Over the past 5+ years, there has been a steady trend towards not just replicating the traditional textbook in electronic form, but creating interactive and adaptive learning products that are used in lieu of a textbook (e.g. MyLabs, ALEKS, Connect). We broadly group these products under the umbrella of ‘interactive courseware.’ The underlying technology for these advancements has been around for 20+ years and casual industry observers may look at this evolution and ask “why has it been so slow to take off?”

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The Heart and Soul of Campus Life

Your store, your staff, our software - the complete student experience

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February 22, 2021 | by Raj Kaji | in Course Materials, Thought Leadership

Management of The Spectrum of Course Materials

When we speak with prospective clients or work with academic peers, they often tell us their top goal is to lower costs for students. Yet when we dive deeper into what students’ average cost is today and what their objective is, they are often unaware of their current metrics and don’t have a crisp definition of success.

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Hiding in Plain Sight

Using a course materials strategy to improve academic performance and financial stability

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