AcademyOne has been very busy this summer putting our state-of-the-art products to work for some exciting projects surrounding guided transfer pathways and prior learning recognition!
PESC awarded AcademyOne and The University of Tennessee 1st place in the 17th Annual Best Practices Competition for their Reverse Transfer System. The submission received high praise from the Review Board Committee for its open and broad collaborative approach, sophisticated automation and technology employed, and for the positive results and outcomes it immediately produced.
With new technology from AcademyOne, the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges launched a statewide Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) solution, called College Credit FastTrack. Launching College Credit FastTrack will expand the opportunities for nontraditional learners in Pennsylvania’s community colleges to earn credit for learning gained through other training and work experiences in order to accelerate their time to degree completion in an affordable manner.
Chosen by the University of Adelaide and Charles Sturt University to develop and implement P360, a credit transfer and prior learning assessment system, AcademyOne welcomes the opportunity to reach new audiences with their solutions as they continue to expand their business globally.
We are hard at work in our new location, and we have several exciting events to announce!
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AcademyOne is a consulting and software development firm working in the higher education sphere. We deliver industry-leading solutions to states and institutions who wish to improve student retention and degree completion rates, especially among the growing population of nontraditional learners.