LISTedTECH

Whereas most companies fervently guard their data, we believe in sharing. Sharing selection experiences and outcomes is integral to speeding up the process, lowering the cost and fixing a broken process. Why? Because when Institutions share data, collaboration on a global scale becomes possible. The process becomes more open, and this, in turn, improves outcomes for students, professors, employees and software makers. LISTedTECH is a for-profit company (with a not-just-for-profit attitude). Everything we develop must bring us closer to easing the selection process and improve the data surrounding it. Our end goal is to improve the HigherEd selection process and reduce its costs.

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Posts by LISTedTECH

This Week in Review – Nov. 5th to Nov. 11th

Other News Student Information System Software by Total Enrollment When a post-secondary institution wishes to change its Student Information System software, what is the first […]

Student Information System Software by Total Enrollement

  When a post-secondary institution wishes to change its Student Information System software, what is the first question they ask? It’s usually either What system is […]

This Week in Review – Oct. 29th to Nov. 4th

Other News Blackboard: A Case Study for Adaptability Many higher education publications continue to highlight the challenges Blackboard faces in the learning management systems (LMS) […]

This Week in Review – Oct. 22nd to Oct. 28th

Other News Mix and Match, SIS and Financial Systems in HigherEd Eighty-five percent of higher education institutions choose to deal with one main system provider […]

Mix and Match, SIS and Financial Systems in HigherEd

Eighty-five percent of higher education institutions choose to deal with one main system provider for their administrative systems (financial and student information systems). By having […]

This Week in Review – Oct. 15th to Oct. 21st

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This Week in Review – Oct. 8th to Oct. 14th

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Data on Average Age of Current SIS Implementation in Canada

Over the past few years, we have mostly posted on LMS systems. This is due to the fact that we have been heavily invested in […]

This Week in Review – Oct. 1st to Oct. 7th

Here are this week’s stories in HigherEd technology.   Other News Adaptive Bio Course for Non-Majors Finds Success with Simulation, Virtual Field Trips One effort […]

This Week in Review – Sept. 24th to Sept. 30th

Other NEWS HigherEd’s Great Email Divide HigherEd email scene is divided between two main providers: Microsoft and Google. Combined, their products are implemented in more […]

HigherEd’s Great Email Divide

HigherEd email scene is divided between two main providers: Microsoft and Google. Combined, their products are implemented in more than 90% of HigherEd institutions. Clearly, […]

This Week in Review – Sept. 17th to Sept. 23th

General News 4 EdTech Inventions to Add to Harford’s ‘Fifty Inventions That Shaped the Modern Economy’ Invention #4 – The Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS): […]

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