Library Information System – University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania adopts Talis Aspire
In order to improve the student experience and encourage more engagement with collections, the University of Tasmania in Australia has chosen to adopt Talis Aspire as a new library system. Talis Aspire will be integrated with the university’s other library system Millennium and with Brightspace, its LMS. The University of Tasmania will also be utilizing Aspire’s Advanced Management Information System to provide them with a deeper insight into learner analytics.
Source: Library Technology Guide
Learning Management System – Florida A&M University
New Platform for Online Learning Coming to Prince Albert Catholic School Division
This August, the Prince Albert Catholic School Division community will have access to a new learning management platform, Edsby. Edsby will not only help learning continue in outbreak and isolation situations, but will help keep students, families, and teachers informed and engaged.
This robust system will lots of possibilities for students and families is a safe and secure way to stay connected.
Source: Prince Albert Daily Herald
Online Program Management – Jamia Hamdard University
Jamia Hamdard University Collaborates with upGrad to Offer Online Blended Degree Programs
Jamia Hamdard University has partnered with upGrad to offer online-offline blended BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) and BCA (Bachelor of Computer Application) and their Master’s equivalent.
Ronnie Screwvala, Executive Chairman & Co-Founder of upGrad believes that “The ongoing global crisis calls for evolution on a recurring basis, especially amid the online education space which seems to be the only way forward, owing to its robustness and accessibility. […]”
Source: Times Now News
Textbooks – Florida A&M University
Florida A&M University Establishes Subscription Partnership with Cengage to Increase Textbook Affordability
Beginning this fall, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) students will be able to purchase a subscription from the university bookstore in order to obtain thousands of eBooks, study guides, and other materials for less than the cost of most hardcover textbooks through an agreement between FAMU and Cengage Unlimited.
The cost of course materials being a top financial concern for students, this subscription should alleviate some of the financial stress while providing access to quality textbooks and instructional materials.
Source: Cengage Press Release