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Students and Staff Will Find Access to New Acalog System Easier to Use

BURLINGTON, Vt. (Oct. 15, 2012)  – Students and prospective students looking for detailed course descriptions will find that task much easier this fall thanks to a new online catalog available this month.

Divided into three separate publications, the 2012-2013 online catalog provides each student with course descriptions, faculty and time information that is specifically relevant to their educational objectives. The three publications include handbooks for traditional undergraduates, graduate students and Continuing Professional Studies students. Continue Reading…

Acalog was a natural choice for administrators at NYU-Poly, who sought an interactive, intuitive e-catalog solution for prospective students and other campus-based constituents. The powerful catalog-specific search in Acalog provides the ability to quickly find programs, majors, courses, or administrative content in current or archived catalogs, exclusive of general website content.

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Gaston College has updated the 2012-2013 online catalog to provide a better student experience, using the Acalog ACMS™ for academic catalog management and e-catalog publication.

DALLAS, NC, July 31, 2012 – Gaston College’s 2012-2013 academic catalog will feature a new dynamic and interactive interface. Emphasizing the need for enhanced student engagement and easier access to information, the administrators at Gaston College have chosen to collaborate with Digital Architecture. Digital Architecture’s catalog management system, Acalog, will be the delivery platform for the new online catalog.

Making it easy for students to locate information was a priority for Gaston College when choosing a new online catalog platform. The powerful search provided by Acalog allows students and faculty to easily find programs, majors and courses, or administrative content, exclusive of general website content. In addition, the Acalog mobile application automatically formats the catalog for access on any smartphone or mobile device. Continue Reading…

University of Nevada Reno administrators selected Acalog to deliver a centralized editing environment; and to provide a more interactive experience for students with the ability to search, save, and share course and program information. A significant factor in choosing Acalog was the desire to move from a manual to an electronic update process.

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Dominican University catalog editors chose Acalog to help improve the school’s bulletin revision process, which was prone to errors, particularly in regard to recurring information. Acalog was considered an ideal solution because of its ability to reference recurring content from a shared source location, allowing global updates from a single edit.

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Guam Community College (GCC) is a multifaceted public educational institution, created to strengthen and consolidate vocational education on the U.S. territory of Guam. The College operates secondary and post-secondary vocational programs, adult and continuing education, community education, and short-term, specialized training.

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With a growing system of campuses in Dallas, Ft. Worth, and Denton, administrators at the University of North Texas (UNT) perceived a need to eliminate the overhead costs of publishing printed catalogs. They decided to completely do away with print for the Dallas and Denton campuses, and needed an effective means of delivering catalog information to students.

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