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UHCC Centralizes Non-credit Programming with Destiny One

University of Hawai'i Community Colleges (UHCC) will be centralizing non-credit programing by implementing Destiny One across its seven campuses statewide. Destiny One, the enterprise software system by Destiny Solutions, provides a single platform to manage a diverse set of programs across numerous campuses. Read More »

Student Research Program Fuels Product Development at Cengage Learning

Cengage Learning announced 21 Voices -- a research program that will allow the company to gain valuable insights into the daily lives of college students. Twenty-one students from different regions, genders, and socioeconomic backgrounds, representing a mix of different majors as well as academic and extracurricular interests, will participate in this unique multi-year, hands-on research program. Read More »

The EDvantage’ Infographic Reveals Other Side of Finals Week

The EDvantage, a free online resource hub for educators, releases an infographic highlighting the habits of higher education faculty members during finals week. The infographic offers insights into the pressures professors face and the ways they deal with the stress. Read More »

Misericordia University Finds Flexibility with Jenzabar

Misericordia University selected the Jenzabar EX enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The University’s primary goal was to replace homegrown systems with one, unified system that would fit their current IT structure. Misericordia University also sought an implementation approach that is cost-effective, timely, and non-disruptive to the user departments. Read More »

Gwynedd Mercy's School of Education Expand Use of Teachscape

Gwynedd Mercy University is expanding its use of Teachscape this fall as it launches the Accelerated Executive Doctorate in Educational Leadership program. With this new academic offering, Teachscape's professional learning tools will be used by undergraduate, graduate, master, and doctoral faculty and students as an integral part of the university's clinical teacher preparation program. Read More »

Atomic Learning & Desire2Learn Partner To Benefit Campuses

Atomic Learning announced it has joined the Desire2Learn Partner Network to continue to enhance the integration of Atomic Learning’s award-winning technology training content into the Desire2Learn Integrated Learning Platform. A trusted training solutions provider, Atomic Learning provides online resources to help colleges and universities with technology training and support. Read More »

NEC Display Solutions Adds LED Backlit Video Wall Display

NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, announced today the addition of a lower cost, ultra-narrow bezel display and two video wall bundles for all-in-one, easy-to-configure digital signage solutions. Read More »

Unicon Extends Central Authentication Service (CAS) at Indiana University

Unicon, Inc. announced that it has extended the Central Authentication Service (CAS) at Indiana University. These extensions, driven by the university's identity and access management (IAM) needs, address IAM requirements such as two-factor authentication, password policy management, and federated identity. Read More »

Pearson Releases Report on Best Practices for Successful Online Programs

Online learning continues to provide unprecedented, flexible opportunities for individuals to pursue their higher education goals. To demonstrate measurable impact of online learning services, Pearson today released a report, titled, “Implementing Comprehensive Online Learning Programs that Improve Student and Institutional Outcomes in Higher Education.” Read More »

Eastern University Selects Colleague® by Ellucian

Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania will deploy Colleague® by Ellucian, to improve campus-wide experiences for both faculty and students across three campus locations. Eastern University chose Colleague® to ensure greater operational efficiencies and develop closer relationships with each of its 4,200 students. Read More »