Conferencing – University of Windsor
University of Windsor Partners With YuJa for Enterprise Video Platform Deployment
The University of Windsor selected YuJa to provide the university faculty and staff with lecture capture and media management in order to enrich course content for its more than 16,000 students.
Integrated with the university’s Learning Management System, the video platform tools combine to create a dynamic, streamlined and user-friendly experience.
Source: Business Wire
Online Program Management – Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education
Everspring Selected by Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) to Support Digital Growth Across System Universities
A new partnership between Everspring and Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) was recently established in order for Everspring to provide the university system, comprised of 14 universities across the state of Pennsylvania, with market research, instructional design support, outreach, enrollment services, and student support.
As PASSHE is undergoing a major transformation to its infrastructure, Everspring has been chosen to optimize the institution’s resources and expand its digital offerings.
Source: Cision PR Newswire
Retention Management – Valdosta State University
Valdosta State Tapping into Real-Time Data to Support Student Success
Valdosta State University is partnering with Civitas Learning to further enhance student success with individualized student advising profiles and institution-wide insights on trends thus helping the institution provide customized resources to its student.
“During this global pandemic, we know our students are facing unprecedented challenges both in and out of the classroom. It is our job to encourage them and ensure a safe and supportive learning environment so they stay on their path to graduation,” said Rodney Carr, vice president for student success at Valdosta State.
Textbooks – University of California
University of California and Elsevier Sign Ground-Breaking Transformative Agreement
Elsevier and the University of California (UC) system have signed a memorandum of understanding to support open access (OA) publishing. The four-year agreement will pilot the university’s shared funding model while supporting its libraries, funders, and authors and has the potential to support sustainable open access for the future.
“UC strives to support all scholars who wish to publish their findings open access, and this agreement marks a significant step toward that goal. We came a long way together to reach an agreement that will enable all UC research published in Elsevier to be freely available,” says Ivy Anderson, Associate Executive Director of the California Digital Library.
Source: Elsevier News