The 25 for 25 Campaign: #13 What can EDUglopedia do for a University?
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Posted by: Adeline Border
EDUglopedia.org is a global initiative used by universities and students to discover and promote IS programs in an international setting. Because EDUglopedia.org is an initiative by the academic community, it is free of charge.
The vision is to make education more accessible and to foster the inclusion of both institutions and people around the world. The website offers a variety of outlets to discover new programs, courses and institutions that will captivate any explorer. Students use this open and free platform to find study programs that match their individual interests and passions.
The site also provides Universities with the opportunity to promote their own Information Systems programs internationally.
The AIS Global Information Systems Education Report is published once a year and promotes Information Systems courses, programs and institutions around the world. This report is sent to important stakeholders, including prospective students, industry partners, and governmental institutions.