Ambassador and Westwood College Session Explores Successful Curriculum Standardization Strategies

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First-Hand Perspective Gives CAPPS Members New Ideas to Streamline Access and Save Money

Powering Course Materials Management and Delivery

"Standardization allows schools to efficiently and effectively get the right materials into students hands at the right price, enabling them to achieve their curriculum management goals from both an academic and financial standpoint," said Schneider.

Ambassador Education Solutions, experts in powering course materials management and delivery for higher education institutions, has been selected with Westwood College to present at this year's CAPPS Annual Conference. Attendees will gain a first-hand look at the way institutions approach standardization in course materials as a means to create efficiencies, deliver a great student experience, achieve cost savings, and more.

Sue Wierenga, CIO of Westwood College, will join Ambassador's Bruce Schneider, Director of Business Engineering, to explore standardization strategies that drive operational and financial success. Discussion will focus on schools' ongoing efforts to reduce the cost of course materials for students, including booklist management and content partnerships.

"Standardization allows schools to efficiently and effectively get the right materials into students' hands at the right price, enabling them to achieve their curriculum management goals from both an academic and financial standpoint," said Schneider. "We are excited to deliver an encore presentation of this session with Sue, which was very well-received at the APSCU Annual Convention this summer, and we are looking forward to some terrific collaboration with attendees at CAPPS."

Standardizing Curriculum From a School Perspective is scheduled to take place on Friday, October 11th, at 10:00 a.m. Ambassador is also exhibiting at the event in booth #38, where its team will be talking to schools about simplifying the adoption, delivery and management of all student course materials.

The California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools (CAPPS) has more than 300 member institutions and works to ensure that the needs of the entire sector—from small approved schools to large publicly traded institutions—are met from a policy, educational and business perspective. Its conference takes place October 9th to 11th in Pasadena, CA.

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 http://www.ambassadored.com.

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