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EDUCAUSE 1:1 Media Meetings

By September 17, 2013October 13th, 2017No Comments
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Here’s an exclusive preview of CB&A client news that will be released during EDUCAUSE 2013 in Anaheim. Let us know if you’re interested in arranging 1:1 interviews with representatives from these organizations, and we’ll be pleased to help with the scheduling. Company executives are happy to discuss their news to help inform future article topics. Meeting slots are available for Wednesday and Thursday, October 16-17. Please let us know your preference as soon as possible.

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Atomic Learning: Integrating new materials into learning management systems can seem like a daunting task, but with new Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) tutorials from Atomic Learning that doesn’t have to be the case. The company’s latest offering enables campuses to seamlessly integrate Atomic Learning resources with a variety of learning management systems, including Moodle, Blackboard, Desire2Learn, Canvas and Sakai. Additionally, at EDUCAUSE, Atomic Learning will showcase ways that its video tutorials helped a Fresno Pacific University professor flip his classroom. www.atomiclearning.com/highed

Jones eGlobal Library: There are myriad valuable research and reference resources for today’s postsecondary students, but enabling access to material in the ways familiar to digitally native students can be challenging for education providers. And while the role of librarians is changing, their value as collection development specialists, guides for students, and managers of the new array of resources and content continues to expand. During EDUCAUSE, Jones eGlobal Library will share its new infographic illustrating this “new day” for online research environments. www.eGlobalLibrary.com

Institute for Humane Studies: Educators know the importance of inspirational teaching tools, but finding quality online resources can prove dizzying and frustrating. During EDUCAUSE, the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) will launch EDvantage, the curriculum hub for pioneering educators. Instructors can use EDvantage to find and share videos, articles and other resources that complement textbook instruction and help innovate the classroom experience. Curriculum Resource Managers search the realm of educational content for high-quality and creative supplements, organizing them with EDvantage so educators can spend less time searching for resources and more time using them to improve student outcomes. www.theihs.org