In November 2013, AcademyOne was chosen by the Florida Virtual Campus (FLVC) to design and develop a new Distance Learning and Degree Program Catalog to support the State’s growing population of distance learners. FLVC wanted their catalog to be more flexible, scalable and sustainable than their current catalog solution. Their goal was to provide distance learners with greater access to online and blended courses offered by Florida's 28 public colleges and 11 public universities.
AcademyOne built FLVC’s Distance Learning and Degree Program Catalog on an accelerated development schedule, launching the new catalog in April 2014, six months from the initial kickoff.
FLVC’s Distance Learning and Degree Program Catalog is available on their student portal, providing a seamless and intuitive experience for students looking to identify requirements of their chosen degree, search for appropriate courses, and ultimately provide them with a pathway to register for courses. The Distance Learning and Degree Program Catalog allows the colleges and institutional administrators to manage program offerings and validate course offerings, as well as generate reports to aid in making timely decisions in regard to both. Courses are easily added to the database from an administrative panel, and this data can be effortlessly migrated to and from other database systems, such as the Southern Regional Education Board's (SREB) Electronic Campus.
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