The Power of Collaboration
Working together to improve the learning experience with technology.
Together, the Unizin Consortium is finding solutions for the biggest issues facing higher education institutions today: affordability, access, and learner success. We know the current state of digital education is changing fast and we're making sure we're prepared for next-generation learners. We believe if you want to go far, go together.
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2017 Unizin Innovation Summit
April 19 - 20, 2017
Together, we can prepare for next generation digital learning.
Hear how Unizin and other institutions are innovating and adapting to the future.
Production and Collaboration
Course Material Delivery and Insights
Data Integrations and Data Warehousing
How the University of Michigan delivered
more reliable data, faster with the Unizin Data Warehouse
Benefits of Membership
Technology that Promotes a Data-Driven Learning Environment for Continuous Improvement
Solutions to Logistical Challenges to Using Institutional Data to Enhance Learning Outcomes
Foundations for a Vibrant Content Ecosystem Built on Quality Production, Portability and Reusability
Unique Agreements for Delivering Publishing Content at 60% Below Cost on Average
A Path to Collaborative Workflows that Eliminate Duplicate Efforts and Promotes Innovation
A Support Network of Like-Minded Institutions that Collaborate on the Path to Becoming an NGDLE
Greater Control Over the Direction of Future Solutions through Task Forces and Early Adopter Programs
Integrations that Unify the Data Landscape and Provide a Holistic Data Picture for Actionable Insights
Like we mentioned in the previous blog, universities are and will continue to be places where instructional content is created. Lately, we’ve seen a change in how instructional content and courses are created as pressure rises for teaching practices to adapt to the needs of next-generation learners. Faculty are still the primary creators of lecture materials, course materials and textbooks, but increasingly instructional designers, media developers, graphic artists, software developers and others… Read MoreRead More