Unlimited Digital Content: Trends in Higher Education Curriculum

Presented by: Recorded Books & Library Journal
Event Date: Tuesday, December 3, 2019 

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Digital content is transforming higher education. According to The State of Digital Media in Higher Education Report, 91% of faculty say that including digital media in course materials and lectures improves student learning outcomes, and 76% of students say multimedia-enhanced lectures are more engaging.

At the same time many academic librarians report flat or declining budgets, making pay-per-use digital content models unsustainable for most institutions.

Fixed price, unlimited-access digital content collections, including audiobooks, magazines, streaming video, and more, are the perfect addition to higher ed libraries to supplement classroom instruction and research, without breaking your budget.

In this free webcast, you will learn:

  • Why digital content is a great curriculum resource for professors and students.
  • The benefits of unlimited-access digital content collections for the library’s budget.
  • How to support different learning styles and students’ needs.
  • Six ways to incorporate digital content into existing curriculum.

Panelists

Brad Gray, Senior Solutions Engineer, Recorded Books

Nicole Markisohn, Director of Marketing, Recorded Books

Moderator

Rebecca Jozwiak, Library Journal

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