NEPCo 2016 Finalists
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MindTap and Microsoft
MindTap is an interactive e-learning platform that teachers can personalize and use to monitor student progress. Its cloud-based integration with Excel Online gives students experience using spreadsheets in a business statistics context.
cenveo publisher services
iPROSE: 40 Years of Excellence in Scholarly Publishing
iPROSE is an interactive, digital history of the PROSE Awards, presented by the Professional & Scholarly Publishing (PSP) division of the American Association of Publishers. Cenveo Publisher Services collaborated with PSP to create iPROSE, which contains videos, slide shows, audio recordings, and more.
CHELSEA GReen publishing
Partnered with Sterling College
The School of the New American Farmstead offers workshops, classes, and certifications on sustainable, community-centered farming and food-production practices. Many educators in the program are Chelsea Green authors.
Chelsea Green will not give a presentation, and so is not eligible for an award. We do want to recognize their entry here.
Partnered with DataCite
The Event Data project is an open service that captures and records “social citations” to scholarly books and journals. Social citations are those that take place outside formal literature - for example on social media and user-generated websites.
Partnered with Active Interest Media
Globe Pequot and Active Interest Media partnered to publish content for an enthusiast audience, including craftspeople, yogis, outdoor recreationists, and those with a passion for fitness. They plan to publish more than a half dozen titles in 2017.
HARVARD BUSINESS PUBLISHING
Harvard Business Publishing Reader
The publisher's Higher Education Group partnered with ExtensionEngine to produce the reader, which delivers EPUB to any device. Features include highlighting, note taking, multi-device sync, and offline access.
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL
Case Study: "Wynton Marsalis & Jazz at Lincoln Center"
Partnered with over 20 institutions and individuals, the school's Educational Technology Services division produced an arts-focused business case study. The topic: how to expand the reach and appeal of jazz music. Media-rich, the project uses audio, video, and archival images to convey the essence of jazz.
THE MIT PRESS
Arteca is a portal for material about the intersection of art, science, and technology. The material is in a wide variety of formats, from journal articles to podcasts, and, in the future, including unpublished texts and art projects. Partners: The International Society for Art, Science and Technology (ISAST), and the Art, Technology, and Emerging Communications group at the University of Texas-Dallas.