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Eduventures Reports on Technology Landscape for Higher Ed

Eduventures, Inc. announced the release of new research, The Next-Generation Higher Education Technology Landscape. Available today, this report is the first of an ongoing body of research that can help institutions in the selection and adoption of technology as a strategic enabler. Read More »

Idaho State Makes the Switch to EBSCO Discovery Service

Idaho State University Library, a Carnegie-classified doctoral research high institution, has opted to replace Primo Central Total Care with EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) from EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) as its discovery solution. Side-by-side comparisons of the discovery tools prompted the university to make the switch to EDS. Read More »

Times Higher Education, Elsevier Partner on THE World University Rankings

Times Higher Education (THE) and Elsevier are partnering to provide the data behind the THE's flagship World University Rankings and its global university performance analyses.The methodology of the global rankings will be broadly preserved. However, research publication data will now be drawn from Elsevier's Scopus database. Read More »

EBSCO Releases eBook Education Collection

EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) has released eBook Education Collection™ a new subscription e-book collection. eBook Education Collection features more than 2,800 quality titles supporting students and faculty in education studies.Titles in eBook Education Collection range from introductory texts for undergraduate coursework to more complex and detailed works for advanced students and scholars. Read More »

SUNYConnect Implements EBSCO Discovery Service

SUNYConnect, a New York library system of public institutions of higher education has implemented EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) from EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) as its discovery solution provider. Of the 60 SUNYConnect institutions, 51 have opted to implement EDS and initial feedback has been very positive. Read More »

Touro College and University System Partners with Ellucian

The New York-based Touro College and University System has chosen Banner® by Ellucian, the leading software and services provider for higher education institutions, to replace its current Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, aiming to create a more seamless experience for the staff and students of the growing multi-campus institution. Read More »

COPIA Adds Major Publishers to Growing List of Higher-Ed Content

COPIA Interactive today announced relationships with seven additional publishers of higher-education textbooks and content. COPIA partners with major global publishers to combine their vast content libraries and deliver them to students. The content is personalized to address the needs of each of the countries in which COPIA operates, thus ensuring that the publishers’ content can be best used no matter the language or format. Read More »

Jenzabar CRMs Address Demand for Improved Student Outcomes

Jenzabar®, Inc.announced updates to Jenzabar’s portfolio of strategic enrollment management solutions. With heightened competition to recruit and retain the right student, Jenzabar’s Enrollment, Recruitment, and Retention CRMs provide the modern tools to enrollment and persistence goals. Read More »

Atomic Learning Offers LMS Integration Tools

Atomic Learning showcased its Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) feature at EDUCAUSE 2014 Annual Conference in Orlando, Fla. Sept. 29-Oct. 2. The tool gives colleges and universities the ability to search the extensive Atomic Learning training library from within LTI-compliant learning management systems (LMS) Read More »

Pearson Launches REVEL™ To Improve Learner Outcomes

Pearson announced the launch of REVEL – an immersive digital learning tool that replaces both the printed textbook and existing online learning tools for General Studies courses. REVEL is designed for the way today’s students learn, think and consume content. It aims to keep students engaged in their study materials and, in turn, get the most out of their courses. Read More »