The Unizin Consortium provides solutions for critical issues facing higher education institutions today: learner success, access, and affordability. Unizin tools and services empower Member Institutions to leverage their collective expertise in directly confronting these challenges.
If you want to go far, go together.
Data and Analytics
Your data, your way
Scaled technology for educators and learners
Better materials for learners
The student experience consists of a vast array of data points. Unizin tools and services aggregate this data from the 900,000+ students enrolled across our Member Institutions, providing new understanding of the student experience and insights into making it more successful.
At Unizin, we contract for, develop, integrate, and operate evolving cloud-scale service. This allows our Member Institutions to focus on teaching and learning, rather than spending valuable time and money on developing software.
Too often, learning materials are expensive, difficult to acquire, or simply unsatisfactory. Unizin tools and services:
- Allow faculty to develop their own content, or choose high-quality materials from some of the best-known providers of educational content, and
- Deliver learning materials faster and more cost-effectively.
Today’s announcement that the Unizin Data Platform (UDP) is now in General availability marks a strategic milestone for Unizin member universities. We came together to ensure that we could shape our own future for digital education, stay in control of our own data, and push for open standards with interoperability at scale. These words are often said, but it took the hard work of the committed member universities and the Unizin team to… Read More
How and why did you decide to take the lead on the Unizin Teaching & Learning committee? Stacy Morrone of Indiana University took the lead in ensuring that this group was formed, and that the conversations were helping to advance the Unizin work on each of our own campuses. It was clear that the group that came together was passionate about and dedicated to student success and affordability measures. Stacy had a… Read More
The bi-annual Unizin Teaching and Learning (T&L) Meeting was held in April at the Big Ten Center in Chicago. Preliminary subcommittee meetings were held on the afternoon of April 4th, and flurry of excitement could be felt as the general session convened the following day. Subcommittee groups met to advance initiatives around affordable content, communications, analytics, Canvas and Instructure. Dinner groups formed that evening, enabling Unizin Consortium members to continue discussions on… Read More