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CHICAGO — Marquette University and Everspring today announced a partnership to help boost enrollment and extend access to a Marquette education in three innovative online graduate programs. The programs will be operated in partnership with Everspring, a leading provider of services and technology that helps universities build, scale, and operate high-quality, sophisticated online courses and programs.
Everspring is a proud sponsor of CanvasCon Online, a free global conference for educators, edtech experts, and Canvas users to discuss the future of digital education. This year, we will be hosting an on-demand session at CanvasCon to demonstrate innovative approaches to build digital experiences and connections online. The session highlights how online courses can be even better than in-person learning.
Kent State University Expands Partnership with Everspring in the Global Fight Against Infectious Disease
CHICAGO — Kent State University has expanded its partnership with Everspring, a leading provider of digital solutions that empower universities to create engaging online courses, through two additional online epidemiology programs. The online master’s degree programs — both offered through the College of Public Health — add to the growing portfolio of Kent State’s online programs powered by Everspring. With this addition, Everspring now supports a dozen programs at Kent State University, ranging from user experience design to public administration.
New York Tech partnered with Everspring, a leading provider of digital solutions that empower universities to create engaging online courses. To enable this shift, New York Tech became an early adopter of Everspring’s CourseBuilder, a self-service digital platform that enables colleges and universities to create high-quality online classes at scale.
NEW YORK — Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University recently announced the launch of an online LL.M. in Intellectual Property. With classes starting in January 2021, the online degree program offers the same caliber of education as its on-campus counterpart, which is currently ranked the No. 13 Intellectual Property program in the country by U.S. News & World Report.