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Purdue University Creates a Foundation for e-Learning Success

Challenge Adapting To A New Way Of Learning Purdue University is a public research university located in West Lafayette, Indiana and is consistently ranked as one of the best public...

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Gwinnett County Public Schools – Going Online to Provide Education in All Circumstances

Early in the 2017-18 school year, Hurricane Irma exhausted the three built in inclement weather days leaving no days left for the typical ice or snow school closures. When the snow came in January, Gwinnett executed a plan that was a culmination of several years of training and planning. GCPS successfully held three Digital Learning Days and preserved the continuity of instruction.

Pima Community College – Removing Economic Barriers to Education

Pima Community College serves a diverse community of learners that rely upon online connectivity to achieve their academic success. As such, they are deeply committed to their students by discovering innovative ways to lower costs while continuing to provide a high quality education to students, regardless of the barriers they face, whether economic, location, or personal schedule.

Southern New Hampshire University – Why SNHU chose Brightspace as their LMS

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is at the forefront of online learning. In fact, they have been named the #1 Most Innovative University in the north, three years running. While they support more than 3,000 on-campus students, they also have over 80,000 online students. To manage the current and anticipated growth, it became clear that SNHU needed to upgrade their LMS. Their existing legacy product simply wasn’t flexible enough, nor able to grow at the pace that SNHU required.

SNP STEAM Academy – Preparing students for long-term career success and increasing engagement with Brightspace Parent & Guardian

Providing students with more opportunities to learn, to further their education into post-secondary, and to connect with their courses in a more meaningful way is of major importance to the SNP STEAM Academy. Created as an extension of Six Nations Polytechnic, the STEAM Academy provides a secondary-school education in a culturally diverse community, with a strong focus on connecting students to careers in the technology industry. Students can attend this program entirely for free. Using a blended learning approach, students can earn their Ontario Secondary School Diploma and earn college credits towards their college diploma within a 5-year period. And this is what makes them unique.

MGH Institute of Health Professions – Use of Brightspace goes far beyond expectations

The MGH Institute of Health Professions (The MGH Institute) is an innovative interprofessional graduate school of health sciences founded by Massachusetts General Hospital and located in the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts. Health science academic programs include Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant studies, Nursing, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Health Professions Education and PhD in Rehabilitation Science. The MGH Institute seeks to be preeminent in educating graduates to be exemplary leaders in healthcare for a diverse society, advancing innovative models of health professions education to improve health and healthcare, and creating and translating knowledge to improve healthcare through distinctive programs of research.

University of Ottawa – Successfully migrating from Blackboard to Brightspace

The University of Ottawa (uOttawa) is the largest bilingual (English-French) university in the world with faculties in social sciences, health, engineering, science and the humanities. The university is committed to upholding Canada's vision of francophonie and bilingualism and offers outstanding programs in French, in English and in both languages. In 2015, uOttawa officially obtained designation for its services and academic programs in French under the French Language Services Act of Ontario. This designation guarantees the continuation of the Francophone character of uOttawa and protects its provision of services and academic programs in French. This commitment to bilingualism sets uOttawa apart from all other major universities in Canada. The campus's duality ensures its students are uniquely prepared to shape the future of Canada and to live out its values.