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Digital Accessibility in Higher Education: Two Vendors to Watch

According to the most recently available IPEDS data, twenty-one percent of undergraduates and eleven percent of postbaccalaureate students reported having a disability across all US institutions from 2019 to 2020. Yet, many of these students do not consider their accessibility needs met by their institutions. For example, a 2019 survey by Educause showed that “only about half of all ... Digital Accessibility in Higher Education: Two Vendors to Watch  Read More

Packaging New Requirement Types for LMS RFPs

At the end of our blog post on deconstructing LMS RFPs to find the most popular evaluation criteria, we mentioned that we are working on defining the functional and non-functional criteria. Over the past month and a half, we have worked on grouping the different requirement types. Rapidly, we understood that it’s not a matter ... Packaging New Requirement Types for LMS RFPs  Read More

Exploring the Benefits of Outcomes-Based Benchmarking

Many instructional leaders benchmark their institutions against others, intending to understand how to reduce expenditures and enhance productivity. Leveraging tools such as Educause’s Core Data Service, these leaders examine how their finances, staffing, and services compare against similar institutions and understand their level of maturity to launch strategic initiatives (analytics, etc.). This approach to benchmarking is ... Exploring the Benefits of Outcomes-Based Benchmarking  Read More