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itslearning Releases Guide to Managing Digital Curriculum

itslearning today released “Going Digital: A Curriculum Management Playbook,” a guide to creating a fully integrated curriculum management system using the cloud-based platform.
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itslearning today released “Going Digital: A Curriculum Management Playbook,” a guide to creating a fully integrated curriculum management system using the cloud-based platform. The eBookprovides educators with strategies, case studies and insights for connecting courses, resources and assessments with common standards and learning objects.

The eBook highlights four successful approaches used by different districts to create a unique curriculum management solution tailored specifically for their district’s vision, goals, philosophy and infrastructure:

·Mass migration

·Jump started and crowd sourced

·Focused best practice

·Universal Design for Learning

The eBook also includes in-depth case studies that show how the districts streamlined and aligned their curriculum management processes to ensure equitable and dynamic access to resources. Additionally, readers will see guidelines on what to consider when selecting a contemporary LMS as well as a checklist for getting started with curriculum management. 

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Practical Guide Provides Case Studies on How Districts Successfully Adopted Integrated Curriculum Systems   Boston, MA – March 10, 2016— itslearning, maker of the personalized learning management platform of the same name, today released “Going Digital: A Curriculum Management Playbook,” a guide to creating a fully integrated curriculum management system using the cloud-based platform. The eBook provides educators with strategies, case studies and insights for connecting courses, resources and assessments with common standards and learning objects.