THE MOST COMPLETE COURSE MATERIALS SOLUTION IN HIGHER ED
- Save Students Money
- Save Schools Money
- Make Education Better
Any reading content instructors want to assign – open, copyrighted, library-subscribed or self-created
Integrates into all teaching and course materials platforms including all major LMSs, delivers to all devices
Automatically recognizes library holdings and open content
Useful, real-time analytics
BENEFITS EXTEND TO EVERYONE
SIPX connects your course readings and your library’s subscriptions to save you money – usually 20 to 35%! Unbundles your coursepacks to get individual readings your way and on your budget.
Teachers / Instructors
No more worrying about risk, and no more complicated, tedious copyright steps. Easily share course materials with students with full insight on which sources are open, available through the library, or incur a cost, along with useful analytics that show students’ engagement.
And across your campus…
Administrators & Deans
Bring big savings to students’ cost of education while optimizing and streamlining your own campus operations. SIPX is a sustainable and configurable solution that helps your instructors set up course materials faster and better with reduced copyright risk.
Directors of Technology
Easily integrate SIPX with your existing LMS and online teaching platforms with cloud-based, scalable technology. SIPX accurately supports complex contexts such as programs that combine registered and unregistered students and different campuses and schools.
Demonstrate the value of your library and collections across campus while saving over 50% on your e-reserves budgets. Gain a deeper understanding of your campus’ teaching and online education content needs, and generate proof of the savings you create for students. Use technology to create productivity and support more courses on your campus.
SIPX is a fast and easy tool to support all types of teaching including online education innovations and MOOCs. Embed open access and OER more visibly into instructor practices and deliver course materials using any user and campus workflows.