UNO, along with the University of Nebraska at Kearney and University of Nebraska Medical Center, have joined the Unizin Consortium.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln was a founding member of the consortium. With the rest of the NU system joining UNL in the consortium, Unizin now has 25 member institutions.
“I appreciate the transparent and inclusive process which relied on faculty recommendations as the primary consideration in the move to Unizin by all of the campuses of the University of Nebraska,” said NU Executive Vice President and Provost Susan Fritz. “This move is also supported by each of our chief academic officers. We are pleased to join this important consortium.”
The Unizin consortium is a terrific opportunity for our faculty to have access to high quality and affordable technology tools to help enhance the learning experience and outcomes for students. We also are staying true to our goal of being student-centered and accessible.
- Sr. Vice Chancellor BJ Reed
As system members, UNO, UNK and UNMC now will benefit from Unizin membership by having access to Unizin services, including the Unizin Data Platform.
"The Unizon consortium is a terrific opportunity for our faculty to have access to high quality and affordable technology tools to help enhance the learning experience and outcomes for students, said UNO Senior Vice Chancellor BJ Reed. "We also are staying true to our goal of being student-centered and accessible."
“The University of Nebraska campuses will have access to better data management solutions and analytics capabilities through Unizin,” said Amin Qazi, Unizin CEO. “Furthermore, they will have the ability to participate in the creation of the world’s largest learning laboratory.”
The University of Nebraska will also enjoy the opportunity to collaborate with other leading higher education institutions to improve learner experiences. The Unizin Consortium supports students and instructors in digital teaching and learning environments while allowing institutions to retain control of their data, content, and technological systems.
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