Session to Help Higher Ed Institutions Embrace Innovation in Course Materials Management
Melville, NY – December 4, 2014 – Ambassador Education Solutions, experts in powering course materials management and delivery for higher education institutions, has been invited to lead a breakout session on course materials best practices at the upcoming Maryland Association of Private Colleges and Career Schools (MAPCCS) Annual Conference. Ambassador’s expertise spans decades of work with hundreds of schools and campus networks, putting the right resources into students’ hands, the right way at the right price.
“Making the course materials management, delivery and acquisition process easier, more efficient, and more cost effective for both schools and students alike is critical,” said Bruce Schneider, director of Business Engineering at Ambassador Education Solutions. “We are looking forward to collaborating with institutional leaders and exploring changes in how course materials are accessed and utilized by students today so schools can innovate and keep pace with rapidly evolving resources, meeting the needs and expectations of students.”
The theme for this year’s MAPCCS event is “Technology Explosion,” acknowledging the rapidly changing face of education today and helping institutions adapt their processes and offerings to deliver the best possible education experience. Schneider, who has presented at numerous regional and national education events, will focus his session on innovation in course materials, sharing strategies that are designed to optimize the learning experience for students, while providing institutions greater control, visibility and financial savings. He will address technological advances and trends in standardization, eBooks, and PODs (Print-on-Demand), as well as implementation strategies such as students choice, and much more.
“Course Materials Best Practices: Reducing Costs While Increasing Accessibility” takes place at 1:40 p.m. on December 12th. The one day event draws an impressive crowd of decision makers, owners, directors, administrators and faculty from Maryland schools, all eager to learn new ways to improve the education experience.
About Ambassador Education Solutions
Since 1973, Ambassador has engineered, developed and implemented customized bookstore and technology solutions for higher education institutions to simplify the adoption, delivery and management of all course materials, including textbooks, eBooks, eResources, custom content, scrubs, kits, supplies and logo apparel. Ambassador’s products and services, which integrate with Student Information Systems, Learning Management Systems and Digital Content Platforms, deliver an optimized student learning experience with extensive student and faculty support, while enabling institutions to maintain control and streamline costs. Ambassador also supplies print, digital and media requirements to libraries worldwide. Ambassador’s proprietary supply chain technology, specialized advisory services, analytic tools and dynamic solutions enable institutions to efficiently fulfill their academic and financial goals. For more information, please visit www.ambassadored.com.
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