The Higher Education Opportunity Act
The Higher Education Opportunity Act, enacted into law in August of 2008, incorporated new provisions into Title I, Section 133 of the Higher Education Act to ensure that students have timely access to information about course materials at schools that receive federal financial assistance. These provisions set forth the responsibilities of the publishers and the schools, which are effective July 1, 2010. While the Company recommends that the User reviews the school's requirements with the User's legal advisor, as a reminder the following is a summary of the school's responsibility for textbook disclosure:
The client management portal for Ambassador's BOOKSTORE solutions. All student information and course material requirements are uploaded into SourceOne from the School Student Information System. Student spending details and bookstore transactions are stored, viewed and managed in SourceOne.
The client management portal for Ambassador's LIBRARY solutions. Access a massive database of books and non-print media. OneSource supports electronic ordering, invoicing and reporting through integrations with most automated library acquisition systems, including the downloading of MARC cataloging records.
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