Implementation Starter Guide: 6 Tips to Get Your New Digital Content Strategy off the Ground          

Implementation Starter Guide: 6 Tips to Get Your New Digital Content Strategy off the Ground

From inspiring stakeholders, setting measurements that map back to your program goals, to bringing various forms of content into the mix, we have you covered! Download our guide for implementing a successful digital content strategy.

Your mind is made up. It's time to provide your students with digital content that is affordable, modern, and accessible for everyone. And you know students having course materials on the first day of class will support their success and your institution's mission.

The benefits of a new content strategy are apparent. But getting your new digital initiative off the ground is no easy task. There's a lot to consider. What department will you start with? How will students access the content? Are you thinking of incorporating other nontraditional content into your course materials strategy?

Whether you've never had digital textbooks or you're just exploring alternatives, we can help. Starting with a pilot program is a good first step before bringing your plan forward for a larger adoption.

Check out our implementation starter guide to get you going. From inspiring stakeholders, setting measurements that map back to your program goals, to bringing new forms of content into the mix, we have you covered.

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