Oct
17

Partner Webinar: Personalized Pathways Using Canvas Content

Created by Partnership Team Employee on Sep 20, 2017

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at https://pragyasystems.com/landing/views/webinar.html

Starts at 12:00 PM · Ends at 12:30 PM, MST (America/Denver)

This session is part of the Canvas Partner Days, a recurring event (every other month) to highlight our awesome Canvas Partners (plus cool contests and swag giveaways)!Click to learn more about October 17th Canvas Partner Day events.

Webinar Recording

https://recordings.join.me/8DGhopjjXkqUUBRgrYUk-A  

 

Description 

Pragya’s “Learning Streams” is a cloud-based platform that seamlessly connects to Canvas and other campus systems such as the SIS. Pragya is currently being used to help students navigate their full journey through college - from enrolling into a program to finding a job. This includes:

  • Personalized Student Dashboard to provide a snapshot of status and progress towards degree completion and career goals, personalized co-curricular recommendations and important alerts.
  • Exploration of career and academic choices using insights from alumni pathways, program guides and cutting-edge labor market intelligence.
  • Degree Planning, course scheduling and co-curricular planning that complies with institutional degree requirements.
  • Sharing & Collaboration with peers, advisors, counselors and mentors."

 

Registration

https://pragyasystems.com/landing/views/webinar.html 

 

Partner Profile

The features discussed in this session may require additional paid services of a 3rd party provider. Please check out Certified Partner - Pragya Systems for more information.

 

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https://pragyasystems.com/landing/views/webinar.html