Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Webinar > Digital Course Materials: Successful School-Wide Adoptions

As colleges and universities face a variety of issues—from controlling costs to improving retention—"going digital" becomes a priority to address some of these challenges. Despite years of talk, however, there aren’t many institutions that have successfully achieved their programmatic and financial goals for adopting digital course materials.
Institutions that have been successful share common elements: they’ve developed comprehensive plans that include change management tools; and they’ve actively worked to maximize the digital availability of their booklists in their single, preferred eTextbook platform.
[Learn] how ED MAP partnered with Herzing University and Madison Media Institute as they migrated to eTextbooks to help them:
  •  Determine the best approach for a digital migration and establish a change management plan
  •  Work with publishers on textbook conversions and assist with textbook adoptions, if needed
  •  Assess student and faculty readiness
  •  Provide training to administrators, faculty and students
  •  Plus, much more
  •  Sarah Riddlebarger, Vice President of Client Services, ED MAP, Inc.
  •  Todd Rickel, Vice President of eLearning and President, Herzing University Online
  •  Bret Ammons, Dean of the College, Madison Media Institute
  •  Eric Kuennen, Business Development Manager, Pearson Learning Solutions
Moderated by: Linda Briggs, contributing editor, Campus Technology

Original webinar air date: March 12th, 2012

Note: Free registration required to access.

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