Edvance360, a leading provider of eLearning services and software solutions and a CODiE 2011 winner, announced plans to exhibit and sponsor the ABACC/ABHE Conference 2013. Edvance360 provides LMS software and support to the some of the top religious-affiliated higher education schools in the United States.
Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
(January 2013) Edvance360, winner of the 2011 CODiE Award for Best Post-Secondary Course or Learning Management System, will exhibit at the ABACC/ABHE Conference in Orlando, Florida. The conference will be held from February 13th through the 16th and is open to all member and candidate schools.
Edvance360 will provide expert information and free access to online educational software pilots or MOOCs to all ABACC/ABHE schools to help them take advantage of the online enrollments that have been growing substantially faster than overall higher education enrollments.
“Before Edvance360, online education software was both expensive and difficult to implement, which kept small to medium-sized religious schools from being able to take advantage of the financial growth that online enrollments can provide,” said Cathy Garland, Vice-President of Marketing & Sales. “Now, with Edvance360, they can afford our easy to use software, backed by a fanatical support team! With our social networking and retention features, these schools can build relationships with students and alumni that will last a lifetime.”
About Edvance360 LMS™
Edvance360 is an internet-based Learner Management System (LMS) and secure social network that enables schools to implement an online academic program. Edvance360 equips schools, businesses, and organizations to host online courses, implement modular courses, and revitalize residential courses to make them more interactive. For more information go to http://www.edvance360.com or call 866-458-0360.
The mission of ABACC is to improve the standard of business management in evangelical schools of Christian Higher Education by providing professional development, networking and mutual support to their business leadership. ABACC provides forums for members to discuss issues specific to higher education through a Christian worldview perspective, access to top-notch experts and experienced professionals who can help schools in every facet of carrying out an institution’s business, cultivate long-term professional relationships with colleagues and network with peers, learn how other institutions solve universal problems and learn from their “best practices”, gain insight to anticipate and respond to campus challenges, advance technical expertise.
Their website is myabacc.org.
The Association for Biblical higher Education is a North American agency, made of approximately 200 postsecondary institutions throughout North America specializing in biblical ministry formation and professional leadership education. ABHE exists to enhance the quality and credibility of higher educational institutions that engage students in biblical, transformational, experiential, and missional higher education.
Their website is abhe.org.
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