BibliU | December 02, 2021
Learning Enablement technology provider BibliU has been selected by Jackson College as an integral part of the higher education institution’s commitment to its students.
Michigan-based Jackson College was originally founded as Jackson Junior College in 1928. It was chartered as a community college in 1964 and today serves a 41 percent full-time and 59 percent part-time student population. In June 2013, considering the College’s decision to begin development of curriculum for two bachelor degree programs and increased focus on international studies, the name was changed to Jackson College.
A campus-wide solution, BibliU Universal Learning enables higher education institutions to lower textbook costs by 30-50 percent while ensuring all students have access to the content they need. Supporting equitable, cost-effective access to required course materials, BibliU’s digital, scalable solution serves all students, regardless of socioeconomic situation.
Before choosing BibliU, Jackson College had a long-term relationship with a large campus retailer responsible for its bookstore. Determined to keep the cost of books down, Jackson College tried different models such as purchasing additional books to have available in the library and offering a “rent a book” option. When its campus retailer vendor suggested a digital content solution, it was initially received with enthusiasm until it became apparent that the cost was prohibitive. Left with little choice but to assume direct management of its campus bookstore, Jackson College identified BibliU as an innovative solution provider.
Within a six-week period, BibliU was fully implemented. The switch from print textbooks to digital content has been met with enthusiasm, even by faculty in departments such as nursing that tended to favor print instead.
Cynthia Allen, Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer, Jackson College commented, “When we look at partners, we expect them to live our values: integrity, equity and innovation. BibliU has consistently demonstrated this shared vision plus delivered customer success in a tight timeframe that exceeded our expectations.”
Jackson College President and CEO, Daniel J. Phelan, said, “We are totally committed to student success, helping them complete their program of study and achieve their goals. Helping our students on that journey includes getting the cost of college under control and ensuring students have the materials they need from day one. The winners here need to be our students and BibliU has proven its understanding of that goal.”
“It’s an honor to welcome Jackson College to our growing roster of higher education institutions. Our primary objective is to serve the needs of students, faculty and administrators by providing flexible solutions that can grow as requirements expand. This is a perfect example of how the move from brick-and-mortar to digital provides a solid foundation for growth.”
BibliU co-founder and CEO Dave Sherwood
EdTech innovator BibliU is defining the future of higher education by democratizing content accessibility. Designed to address the unique requirements of students, faculty, libraries, and publishers, BibliU’s learning enablement solution features digital content management, workflow automation, and analytics. With BibliU, colleges and universities can finally deliver on the promise of digitalization, guaranteeing all students have first-day access to the learning content they need.
New Horizons | April 29, 2022
On April 28th, leading technical education provider announced the launch of its new apprenticeship program in California. The program will be delivered in collaboration with the American Institutes for and CompTIA and Research (AIR). It is designed for aspiring professionals in Information Technology.
New Horizons will become the latest provider to become a CompTIA’s Apprenticeships for Tech program. It is an initiative to help employers fill their IT staffing needs now and in the future. The program is unique as it uses an “earn and learn” model with apprenticeship programs that also help create employment opportunities for people from a variety of backgrounds.
"We believe that the timing is perfect to introduce our Information Technology Apprenticeships to businesses in our communities. Our partnership with AIR and CompTIA will support businesses inCaliforniawith their hiring needs by supplying them with the skilled and qualified talent they are struggling to find in today's employee-driven workforce."
-Cindy Sutherland, president, New Horizons Learning Group
"Apprenticeships have long been a proven method for building skills and expanding employment opportunities, and they're gaining traction in the IT workforce as employers seek out new ways to develop tech talent. New Horizons has a well-deserved reputation for preparing people for careers in technology. We are pleased to welcome them to our apprenticeship program."
-Amy Kardel, senior vice president for workforce relationships at CompTIA
prnewswire | December 14, 2020
Computer based intelligence World School (AIWS) is dispatching its distant self-learning stage giving AI and Coding innovation training to understudies from ages 7 to 18.
AIWS declares the worldwide dispatch of its independent internet learning stage giving AI learning encounters to understudies at home, to self taught students and in K12 schools.
The world is changing quicker than at any other time in the midst of these testing seasons of COVID. Youngsters wellbeing is principal like never before, and they need to confront these difficulties and explore them effectively later on. To battle this, AIWS accepts that advancement, innovativeness and STEM abilities will be basic to set up one's' kid to get future-prepared. Artificial intelligence and Coding gives an upper hand when applying to universities, temporary jobs, and for profession openings. It is significant that each kid is carefully proficient from the wellbeing of their homes, to flourish and prevail in an undeniably mind boggling world.
Kids today grow up around AI-controlled gadgets. AIWS accepts that with the information on how AI functions and its effect, they can possibly make creative answers for true issues changing social orders and molding the eventual fate of the planet.
The AIWS Founders and Governing Board who have been engaged with training, mechanical technology and software engineering for quite a long time, have cautiously curated another understudy focused far off learning scene zeroed in on the five Big Ideas of AI. The course is intended to be fun, inventive, collective, moral, sympathetic, comprehensive, intentional and for social great.
The 200+ active continuous coding encounters are instinctive, independent, self-coordinated with an assortment of STEM difficulties and undertaking based learning draws near. The learning results of the experiential educational plan are required to quicken singular execution, and drive both school and vocation achievement.
About AI World School
We are a team of educators and technologists who are passionate about helping students explore and understand the fundamentals of AI and coding and the role that it plays in our daily life.
Our mission is to help students become future-ready as they prepare for careers that will require an understanding of artificial intelligence as a key skill to prepare children to flourish in the era of AI.
AI World School is brought to you by Robotix the makers of Phiro, Robobricks, and Playbits which are products used in classrooms around the world. In 2016, Phiro from Robotix was recognized by Intel as one of "America's Greatest Makers."