Simple Syllabus Announces New Partnership with Instructure, Releases Canvas LTI App as Part of Mission to Streamline the Academic Content Supply Chain

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Syllabus management software provider, Simple Syllabus, introduces new Canvas LTI integration to improve usability for faculty and reduce administrative workload tied to curriculum.

We are very excited to connect these two previously disjointed ecosystems

Simple Syllabus, the leading provider of syllabus management technology for higher education, announces a new partnership with Instructure, the makers of the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS), as part of the company’s initiative to provide a completely integrated syllabus publishing experience for faculty.

The partnership with Instructure facilitates a more streamlined supply chain between an institution’s academic content creation process and the delivery of this information to students. “We are very excited to connect these two previously disjointed ecosystems,” said Wes Miller, Vice President at Simple Syllabus. “Schools invest a tremendous amount of resources in curriculum management activities. Ensuring curriculum is delivered as designed to students across multiple instructors, campuses, and modalities is the challenge this partnership helps solve.”

The new Simple Syllabus Canvas LTI app helps reduces setup time dramatically and embeds the syllabus management software directly within Canvas, creating a simplified user experience for all campus stakeholders.

About Simple Syllabus
Simple Syllabus is a centralized, template-driven platform that enables instructors to quickly personalize and publish interactive class syllabi for mobile, web, and print. The application’s unique approach pulls together established institutional data such as policies, learning objectives, and course section content so your faculty and staff don’t have to—saving time and ensuring easy compliance and reporting for accreditation. To learn more visit: http://simplesyllabus.com.

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