Course materials management technology enhancing the student experience.
GUEST COLUMN | by Bill Muse
Founded in 1923, Schreiner University is committed to preparing its students for ‘meaningful work and purposeful lives in a changing global society.’ Schreiner, like many private institutions, faced cost pressures as well as declining revenue in its on-campus bookstore. We needed a way to enhance the value of the university’s education to our students — and to reduce the risk associated with traditional textbook management.
Even better, 100 percent of students now come into the bookstore, which has not happened in a long time.
In addition to reducing costs for students, we wanted to keep the bookstore a viable enterprise, primarily because we wanted to maintain this point of student interaction. At Schreiner, we take our motto “learning by Heart” very seriously, and we pride ourselves on our personalized student experience. At the same time, we…
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