ASU joins Pepperdine, Notre Dame, Stanford and other ProQuest SIPX customers that are saving students and schools a combined $3.67M


open-contentArizona State University (ASU) has entered into a three-year partnership with ProQuest SIPX, provider of digital course materials solutions in higher education.

ASU will integrate the SIPX Central servic-—a scalable, self-service configuration that enables anyone at the school to set up course readings—-into the campus' Blackboard learning management system.

The technology is intended to put more library resources and open access content into the hands of instructors. The service aims to reduce...

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