Success Stories

Our Members not only receive benefits from being a part of the Unizin Consortium but inspire our community with their initiatives in education technology. There is an equal exchange between us and our Members, and many of their individual successes are wins for Unizin as a whole. Here, we want to share some of their success stories and celebrate how they have helped their fellow universities and Unizin.

Share a story with us. 

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Diving into Canvas Data at the University of Iowa

July 5, 2016

Diving into data is not for the faint of heart. Just ask Sam Van Horne. Working for the University of Iowa Office of Assessment and liaison to Unizin, Van Horne is surrounded by data all day–tables and lists, schemas and sets of it. As the University of Iowa nears the halfway point in its Canvas migration, Van Horne and his team have started exploring what kind of data the learning management system… Read More

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Unizin Consortium Members See Faster Migration to New LMS

June 7, 2016

An essential aspect of Unizin’s mission as a consortium of higher education institutions is to foster collaboration between our Members to encourage the sharing of ideas, models, content, and data.

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Engage Saves Students $12 million at Indiana University

May 26, 2016

In 2013, Indiana University began using an eReader called Courseload Engage to provide students with affordable textbooks and improve digital teaching and learning on their campus. Engage is designed to exist within the LMS so that all students have access to their course books and are equipped with what they need right from the start. By providing a common platform, Engage allows students to experience all of their textbooks similarly with eText… Read More

We want to hear your stories! What positive changes have you seen on your campus because of digital tools? How has being a part of Unizin helped you move farther in your edtech journey? How has learner success improved at your school? Share with us!