Ambassador’s New Playbook and Podcast Help Schools Navigate Digital Course Materials Operations, Integrations, Access and More

Ambassador Shares Ways to Help Students Easily Connect with Materials, Schools Simplify their Programs, and Everyone Avoid Overpaying for Digital Content

Ambassador Education Solutions has worked with hundreds of schools to implement digital course materials programs, and the company is sharing its insights in its new white paper and podcast.  As schools leverage more digital materials to support curriculum and complement print textbooks, they are realizing just how much is at stake when it comes to integrations, access, licenses, opt-outs, fees, support, devices, and more. Ambassador’s white paper and podcast shed light on the behind-the-scenes technology, controls and processes that keep everything in check.

To request a free copy of Ambassador’s “Digital Course Materials Playbook,” click here. To tune in to Ambassador’s podcast hosted by Career College Central Radio, “Overwhelmed by Digital Course Materials? What You Need to Know About Adoption, Management, Delivery and Access,” click here.

“Digital materials continue to gain traction, yet executing a digital content strategy isn’t always as easy as it seems,” said Steven M. Blicht, CEO of Ambassador Education Solutions. “We see schools struggle the most with multi-platform navigation, integration management and transparency of fees. Specifically, overpaying for digital materials happens far too often, especially when students use the same content across several courses and terms, or when they opt-out of assigned materials. If schools don’t have the controls in place to verify access, usage and costs, it’s difficult to know what is owed.”

Growth in remote and hybrid learning has spurred more schools to make bigger investments in technology, as well as digital materials and devices so that students have more options and improved accessibility. Making sure a school’s course materials program and remote learning technologies work together is imperative, and having a single place to handle all course materials (including print, digital, labs, kits, scrubs, devices and more) streamlines the entire process.

Ambassador’s white paper and podcast explore the moving parts of a digital content program and the ways a Course Materials Platform can bring everything together. Topics include helping faculty select and effectively use digital materials, as well as ensuring a school’s systems work together to provide seamless access to digital resources. The white paper and podcast also shed light on license management, opt-out compliance, transaction transparency, fulfillment models, student support requirements, device availability and more.

About Ambassador Education Solutions
For decades, Ambassador has made course materials simple, effective and affordable. From print and digital to OER, devices and more, Ambassador eases course materials adoption, management, delivery and access. Ambassador’s Course Materials Platform, RODA, integrates with leading SIS, LMS, financial systems, eBook readers, publishers and digital content platforms. RODA connects students with affordable course materials, streamlines operations for schools and eases account management and reconciliation for publishers, all through one easy-to-use platform. Schools and publishers trust Ambassador to improve course materials accessibility, lower operational and financial risks, and deliver usage and cost transparency. For more information, please visit

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