See the results below to learn more about some of our successful partnerships.
What our academic partners say
What does it take to make sure online students feel connected to their university? Rutgers University knows a thing or two about this. Hear from Dr. Rich Novak about their new “Managed Program.”
Learn how the George Washington University School of Business, in partnership with Pearson, created the “digital community” concept to expand graduate program offerings.
ACU's Corey Patterson shares the strides they have taken to make sure that even their online students share in the university experience, and are supported not just as scholars, but as people.
Norwich University has a long standing tradition of serving military and veteran students. Early on, they recognized the critical role online learning could play in extending their programs and services to this unique student population around the world.
Dan Viele, Dean of the School of Adult and Online Education at Maryville University, shares best practices that Maryville employs to support their online students on their path to success.
What students say
How online learning affects the lives of students
Watch the video to learn how Pearson is helping students make progress in their lives through online learning.
New insights about online learning
The state of online learning
Watch a few minutes of thought leadership on the future of online learning, from Todd Hitchcock, COO, Pearson Embanet.
Pearson, ASU, and Starbucks partner for online learning
In 2010, Arizona State University partnered with Pearson to enhance and expand its online learning services. Since then online enrollment has increased by 325%, more than 4,000 students have completed their degrees, and Starbucks is using the program to provide a free college education to its employees.
Help desk provides efficient support for ADU
Pearson began partnering with Adventist University of Health Sciences in 2012 to provide technical support for students and faculty in online programs as well as in two programs on campus. Since then, 90% of students rated the services as good or excellent.Read the case study
Implementing comprehensive online programs that improve student and institutional outcomes in higher education
More than 7.1 million students are taking at least one online course, according to the 2013 Babson Survey Research Group’s annual Survey of Online Learning. According to the survey, 66% of chief academic leaders say that online learning is critical to their long-term strategy.
Finding an LMS solution that works for Norwich University
When Norwich University launched its first online master’s program in 1997, it was clear that providing a consistent help desk experience would be a top priority. The institution’s partnership with Pearson ensures that the student experience is consistently positive, facilitates learning, and aligns with the Norwich brand.Read the case study