Ed Map Brings OpenStax Content Into Its Mix of Course Materials

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Ed Map Brings OpenStax Content Into Its Mix of Course Materials

Oct 4, 2016

CHARTING THE CONTENT WATERS: Ed Map, a Nelsonville, Ohio-based company that’s “evolving the supply chain” of course materials for higher education, announced a partnership with open-source textbook provider OpenStax. The collaboration will allow Ed Map to offer OpenStax's free and low-cost content among its suite of available course materials, which include traditional publisher print, e-books and adaptive courseware.

Ed Map President and COO Kerry Pigman says too many institutions have a disjointed approach to purchasing course content materials, which makes them more expensive. Her company aims to help institutions capitalize on economies of scale with a “thoughtful, integrated, unified content strategy."

CHARTING THE CONTENT WATERS: Ed Map, a Nelsonville, Ohio-based company that’s “evolving the supply chain” of course materials for higher education, announced a partnership with open-source textbook provider OpenStax. The collaboration will allow Ed Map to offer OpenStax's free and low-cost content among its suite of available course materials, which include traditional publisher print, e-books and adaptive courseware.

Ed Map President and COO Kerry Pigman says too many institutions have a disjointed approach to purchasing course content materials, which makes them more expensive. Her company aims to help institutions capitalize on economies of scale with a “thoughtful, integrated, unified content strategy."

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