e-Learning – Lauderdale County School District
Lauderdale County School District Announces TutorMe Partnership
Lauderdale County School District (LCSD) will provide their 6,000 K12 students with their new online tutoring solution: TutorMe.
TutorMe, already available for the rest of the current school year, provides 15,000 tutors for more than 300 subjects 24×7, using tools such as virtual whiteboards, text editors, audio/video chat, and more.
“With TutorMe, we can provide our children with academic support outside the scope of traditional school hours and beyond the school year,” says LCSD Instructional Technologist Dr. Marie Roberts.
Source: Zovio News
HCM, Payroll, Financials and SIS- Ivy Tech Community College
On April 8, 2021, the board of Trustees at Ivy Tech Community College approved a contract with Workday for Enterprise Resource Planning Software. This was confirmed by Robert Steele Jr., Vice-President at Workday.
SIS, Finance, HR – Jacksonville University
Jacksonville University Selects Unifyed Student Information System & ERP
After a year-long evaluation process, Jacksonville University has just entered into an agreement with Unifyed Student Information System & ERP (HR and Finance) to modernize its business operations. Unifyed should be fully operational at Jacksonville by the summer of 2023.
“The Jacksonville University community is excited about our new partnership with Unifyed. This opportunity to work with a leader in the development of modern-day ERP and SIS technology architecture is critical for us as we reimagine the way we conduct the day-to-day business of our university,” said Jacksonville University CIO, Dominic Veneto.
Source: Online PR MEDIA
Student Information System – University of Helsinki
The University of Helsinki has now deployed a new student information system, Sisu
The University of Helsinki’s new student information, Sisu, is now available. Linked to dozens of other systems, Sisu supports numerous processes related to studying and teaching.
As the primary system for academic administration, it will be further developed with added features that will improve the accessibility of the system. Students are already able to more easily find and identify, through their personal study plans, courses that can be completed in other degree programmes or at other universities. Any challenges identified in terms of accessibility are in the process of being fixed.
Source: University of Helsinki News
Transfer Requirement – Goodwin University & Norwich University
Schools Streamline Transfer Pathways with Cloud-Based Tech
Goodwin University and Norwich University have adopted Transferology, an online service for transfer evaluation and articulation system.
Transferology, a cloud-based program, helps students access course-to-course and program-to-program transfer equivalencies, whether transferring higher education or advanced high school credits. It will thus be used to enable registrars, transfer coordinators, faculty and department chairs to research transfer credit, track evaluations and manage equivalencies.
Source: Campus Technology