Applications, Integrations, and Data

Aggregate Student Data for Better Decision-Making
With the shift to remote learning, online views into student performance are more important than ever. In a classroom, teachers can assess who needs help and who needs to be challenged every day. Without the in-person interaction that a
Building a Platform for the Future
In businesses with a high degree of human-to-human connection, it is especially important to use technology in a way that doesn’t take the focus from the things that matter. In these businesses, technology is successful when it effortlessly supports user interactions and facilitates connections, surfaces insights and provides services.
An Online Tool for Ensuring a Lifelong Love of Reading
Trying to get children to read — especially when they would rather be outside swinging from the monkey bars or inside playing games on their devices— is no easy task for parents and educators.
North Carolina State Improves Student Success with Learning Analytics Technology
A major challenge in higher education is retaining students in academic programs. Too often, at-risk students drop out and do not complete their degrees.  North Carolina State University (NCSU) is committed to harnessing technology to improve student learning and provide ready access to quality education for everyone.
Unicon Steps in as Support System when EQUELLA Goes Open Source
The Challenge California College of the Arts (CCA) used EQUELLA as an online archive to store and catalog work by students and faculty. Pearson Education, parent company to EQUELLA, decided to make the product open-source, a benefit for many reasons, but the decision also left CCA and other institutions running the program without a support provider.
Extending Kimono’s Reach: On-demand Data for Today’s Students
The Challenge In the era of Netflix and Amazon, students increasingly expect their educational experiences to be delivered on-demand. To enable immediate access to digital resources on day one of class, higher education institutions have to get better at exchanging student information system (SIS) data with other applications, in near real-time.
Serverless Content Delivery on AWS
Social Network Community A large social networking company developed a program that provides a forum for developers worldwide to connect and collaborate. Developers build skills and gain experience to contribute to their knowledge base. The program allows for idea incubation while fostering a strong sense of community.
Cloud Analytics Support National Course Outcomes
Improving Course Outcomes with Open Source Analytics on AWS Jisc Effective Learning Analytics Project For over two years Unicon has been a core partner in the development of Jisc’s Learning Analytics Service for the UK Higher Education and Further Education sectors. During the R&D Learning Analytics Project, Unicon provided infrastructure and a blend of on-site and remote consulting support for the development of an open source predictive data model. Unicon also deployed an open source case management tool (Student Success Plan - SSP) to enable visualization of ‘at risk’ indicators from the predictive data model.
Power Teaching and Learning
Open Source Digital Repository on AWS     Open Source Digital Repository Digital content and resources span a wide range of asset types in higher education and support many campus stakeholders, including students, faculty, researchers, instructional designers, and library staff. Use cases for digital repositories in higher education include workflow that supports content creation/revision, indexing and searching, along with delivery of content for on-premise and online courses.
Achieve Reliability while Reducing Cost
Delivering Open Source LMS on AWS De La Salle University De La Salle University is an internationally recognized Catholic university in the Philippines, established by the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1911. The university delivers on its mission by providing secure, reliable, and economical learning technology tools to 36 academic departments, 11 research centers, and an enrollment of approximately 18,000 undergraduate and graduate students. De La Salle relies on the open source Sakai learning management system (LMS) to engage with students and deliver course content and assessments.

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