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Daniel Green

Daniel Green currently leads VitalSource’s analytical offerings, including the Engagement Dashboards, Report Center and data feed solutions. These products seek to enhance the learning process by providing users with easy access to key metrics that can measure student progress, and inform content decisions. Daniel received his Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Computer Science degrees from Union University. In his spare time, Daniel attends and hosts local technology meet-ups, advises early stage startups, and partners with local software development bootcamps. He also enjoys running, cycling, and backpacking.

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The Caliper Transformation

Posted by Daniel Green on February 13, 2018

CaliperAt VitalSource, we’re all about improving learning outcomes and affordability, at scale. While digital delivery of materials through new models like Inclusive Access have made course materials more affordable than ever, it’s the improvement in learning outcomes that makes digital course materials so special.

What does at scale mean in terms of learning data? Last year, VitalSource delivered over 20 million titles to 5.7 million students and 1 million faculty. These learners and educators read over 2.4 billion pages, created 177 million annotations and searched their content library over 66 million times. That’s learning data at scale.

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Understand Student Engagement with the Instructor Dashboard

Posted by Daniel Green on October 24, 2017

Understand Student Engagement with the Instructor DashboardAt VitalSource, we believe in a simple formula for student success: relevant content plus great instruction plus quality student engagement equals student success. We know your institution is already positioned to deliver effective instruction and your instructional designers ensure the best content is available to students, but do you know whether your students are engaging with the course materials in a meaningful way?

As the market leader in managing digital programs, we’re helping institutions ensure every student in every course has their materials on the first day of class at the best price possible. Instead of wondering whether students are keeping pace with early instruction, instructors can have confidence that students have the materials they need to fully engage from day one.

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Set your students up for day-one success!

Posted by Daniel Green on September 27, 2017

Set your students up for day-one successThe process of preparing for the semester is daunting.

It’s stressful figuring out how to get students to get the most from your course, usually accompanied by flipping through an old textbook or sifting through a pile of sample books that have been hoarded with the best of intentions.

There’s so much great content out there, but you have limited time to communicate it to your students. How can you easily get through that stack, create a syllabus and then figure out your course?

Good news: we can help you tackle these common conundrums.

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Data-Driven Content Insights for Publishers

Posted by Daniel Green on August 16, 2017

Data-Driven Content Insights for PublishersFor publishers and content creators, it’s all about learning: 
How does our content improve learning outcomes?
How can we ensure that the right content is in the right course?
Publishers and institutions agree on a simple formula: quality content, plus quality instruction, plus quality student engagement equal student success. Understanding exactly how students engage with content is key to improving each piece of this formula.

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The Right Information at the Right Time

Posted by Daniel Green on May 10, 2017

The next time you say, “I am making the best decision based on the information I have available to me”, you want to know your decision was made with a clear perspective and informed by the bigger picture. Today more than ever, students are presented with an increasing number of tools and study aids, each producing valuable learning data.  As educators look to improve student success through the analysis of this data, the difficulty of gathering and consistently interpreting the data is compounded by the number of tools in play.

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