Administrators at the Virginia Military Institute were searching for an electronic solution to manage the catalog and curriculum change process. Historically, each department was responsible for managing approvals and submitting changes on paper to the Registrars office, which then revises the catalog. Acalog was selected because of its ability to support an electronic, distributed model of editing and workflow with centralized management of the process, resulting in immediate updates to the catalog, along with electronic storage of tracked changes and approvals.
The team in the Registrar's office at The University of Southern Mississippi was using a manual process to update the course catalog and wanted an electronic solution that would provide a better management tool. Acalog streamlines the process with one convenient location for changes, updates and approvals, increases departmental efficiency, and delivers a dynamic interactive catalog both to the web and mobile devices.
The challenge at Saint Joseph's College was to reduce print costs and eliminate stacks of unused catalogs. Acalog provides an easy transition from print to electronic media and provides students access to a dynamic and interactive catalog via the web and mobile devices.
Following a rigorous RFP process, The University of Houston awarded Digital Architecture the contract to provide the school with a catalog publishing and curriculum management solution. Acalog will provide greater efficiency in tracking proposed catalog changes, plus significant enhancements in support of student engagement and services. Curriculog will provide a highly adaptive environment for curriculum change workflow and approval processes to meet the evolving needs of the University.
Temple College chose Acalog for its ability to deliver an e-catalog with powerful search and filtering capabilities, allowing users to quickly find programs and majors, courses, or administrative content in current or archived catalogs, exclusive of general website content.
Choosing Acalog as the delivery platform for their online catalog, staff in the Registrar's Office at Mount Carmel College of Nursing met their goal to reduce the institution's reliance on print and enhance the student online experience. The new e-catalog provides the students with advanced capabilities for search, personalization features, social media integration, and a dynamic smartphone-specific interface.
Like many schools, Grand Rapids Community College managed the catalog change process by hand and published a PDF catalog online. Acalog provides the institution with the dynamic online catalog they were seeking, in addition the integrated editing and tracking environment creates greater efficiency in the catalog revision and publication process.
Crown College administrators chose Acalog to power the school's e-catalog because it provides students with personalization features, catalog specific search, and social media integration. Catalog managers also had grown weary of chasing edits, the cumbersome update process, and the general lack of usability of the school's PDF-only catalog. As a records-based system, Acalog frees catalog managers from having to repeat course information over and over again as is required in page-based content management systems. A change to a course is automatically updated in all majors, programs and degree plans, saving time and increasing integrity of catalog content.
Scripps College is the latest member of the Claremont Consortium to join the Digital Architecture community. The Registrar's office will deploy Acalog's centralized editing and approval environment for curriculum changes, and improve student access to curriculum information through a dynamic online and mobile e-catalog.
Acalog was considered the ideal solution for Castleton because of centralized workflow for managing all catalog content including programs, courses, and policy information. Catalog editors look forward to the ability to automatically update a course from a single location, eliminating weeks of tedious work chasing edits around the catalog.
Impressed with the positive feedback they heard about Acalog and Digital Architecture support from peers in the academic community, Gordon College administrators chose Acalog to streamline the school's catalog revision process, and to deliver a more useful and dynamic catalog environment for students and staff.
Longstanding Acalog customer Kennesaw State University will be among the first institutions to go live with our new curriculum management solution, Curriculog. Banking on their already excellent experience with Acalog, and Digital Architecture's customer care and education programs, KSU administrators were eager to adopt this new solution. KSU will be go live with Curriculog the summer of 2013.
Administrators at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College chose Acalog to improve the management process of their academic catalog, increasing efficiency and reducing administrative hassles during the revision cycle.
Campus stakeholders at Northwest Florida State College chose Acalog to replace the existing PDF catalog and reduce reliance print. The interactive e-catalog interface in Acalog delivers a more effective and interactive experience for students, staff, and faculty -- and includes a pre-built HTML5 version of the e-catalog that ensures a consistent experience across all mobile device platforms.
With experience using Acalog at a previous institution, the new Registrar at the University of California, Merced knows firsthand the efficiencies the system provides. Campus stakeholders at UC Merced now look forward to the ease of use and efficient catalog revision process provided by Acalog, plus the ability to deliver an improved online catalog experience for students and staff.
Southern Polytechnic State University is moving to Acalog following an unsatisfactory experience with another vendor. Customer care and education, plus a smooth path to software upgrades, were key areas of concern. The move to Acalog ensures SPSU will have access to a rich knowledge base, including the Acalog University training site, plus a highly responsive customer care team. Other benefits to moving to Acalog include an upgrade the capabilities for the school's e-catalog, built-in mobile e-catalog, personalization features, social media integration, search and browse capability, and even the ability to support rich media integration.
LSU Health Sciences, New Orleans, joins other LSU schools, such as LSU Baton Rouge and LSU Eunice, as a member of the Digital Architecture Community. The Registrar's Office has chosen Acalog to enhance student access to curriculum information via an interactive online academic catalog/bulletin, and on departmental webpages using Acalog's Web Services API that ensures programs and course listings are always up-to-date.
Southeast Baptist Theological Seminary chose Acalog for the ability to maintain curriculum information in one location, eliminating the need for duplicate efforts. Acalog provides centralized access for the catalog editing-and-approval process and publication to the online catalog, mobile devices, and departmental web pages via the Web Services API.