Society for Scholarly Publishing IN ConferenceImagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training                  Sof...
Our TeamAllison Hayward, PhD, MBA                Samantha Kennedy, MLS                 Liza Gamely, MS                    ...
Market Need                       Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference              Imagining the “Dream E-Tool”...
Product Overview                    electronic Personal               Acquisition of Knowledge Curriculum development and ...
Product Overview—Features
Product Overview—Features • Content repository of top business content from a variety of   sources • Semantic search techn...
Product Overview—Features                iBook Features                • Simple design                • Platform agnostic ...
Market Need •   Integrated, easy to use tool for curriculum development •   Education that fits the life and learning styl...
Market Overview • Business Schools    – Students | Faculty | Librarians | Content Producers |      Authors    – 2,400 US I...
Market Overview • End-User Attributes    –   Technology dependent    –   Device independent media    –   Classroom or onli...
Market Overview—Stakeholder Benefits  •   Faculty  •   Students  •   Libraries/Institutions  •   Professional Societies  •...
Business Model                                  Multiple revenue streams •   Zero upfront fee for the institutions •   Cha...
Competition                   LMS                          Content                                               Producers...
Why Invest?   $10 3 10X    Million   Years             Return   $100 Million                               Society for Sch...
Why Invest? •   Scalable to other disciplines/markets •   Lack of direct competition—first to market •   Market open/ready...
Faculty                          Content                                             ProducersStudents               Thank...
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  • Solutions Architects, LLC, is an organization of thought leaders with real-life experience in the selection, delivery, and use of content. We are a comprehensive and diverse group – by areas of expertise, age, ethnicity, and gender. We are distinguished by our diverse perspectives and points of view. We are united by our dedication to meeting the needs of MBA students and faculty today…and tomorrow. Our product is e-Pak.
  • Content repository of top business content from a variety of sources Semantic search technology for selecting content iBook development interface for faculty or societies to create dynamic content with drag and drop technology Platform transformation engine (XML) Coursepack licensing for Institutions (optional) Learning Management System with dashboards for Instructor, Librarian and Student Collaboration/Social Networking Tools Feedback/Evaluation Tools Reporting Tools
  • Content repository of top business content from a variety of sources Semantic search technology for selecting content iBook development interface for faculty or societies to create dynamic content with drag and drop technology Platform transformation engine (XML) Coursepack licensing for Institutions (optional) Learning Management System with dashboards for Instructor, Librarian and Student Collaboration/Social Networking Tools Feedback/Evaluation Tools Reporting Tools
  • Faculty, students and librarians currently use different interfaces and services to find relevant content, i.e., stakeholders are required to constantly filter.
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  • Content Producer: New revenue stream for existing content; new content development opportunities; upsell opportunities Libraries/Institutions: Repository for institutional content; opportunity for licensing revenue; direct link to library portal Faculty: Less time and hassle creating curriculum; more customized, sell authored content to publishers more frequently; ease of content acquisition/organization. Professional Society: New educational platform to create self-directed learning; content licensing opportunities Students: Personalized learning environment; using familiar technology; interactive, reduces cost of course materials
  • No single direct competitor, this product would bring together several elements that currently are available independently.
  • No single direct competitor, this product would bring together several elements that currently are available independently.
  • In2010 e pak

    1. 1. Society for Scholarly Publishing IN ConferenceImagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia September 21-23, 2010
    2. 2. Our TeamAllison Hayward, PhD, MBA Samantha Kennedy, MLS Liza Gamely, MS Walter Pipp, MBA Wayne Wright, MBA, PhDAcademic Director & Professor Keller Library Executive Editor & Journal Publisher Chief Executive Officer Advisor & IndependentSmart School of Business Workel Business School Redwood Press Simmons Business Publications Consultant Aaron Adams Katherine Siegal-Smith, MBA Jason Bailland, MS Kate Hartley, PhD MBA Student Education Director VP Information Technology Director, Business Development University of World Business International Business Write Publishers, Inc. Centgage Database Publishers Professional Society Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    3. 3. Market Need Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    4. 4. Product Overview electronic Personal Acquisition of Knowledge Curriculum development and delivery tool that enables faculty to easily create dynamic, interactive, and flexible course materials. It provides business students a personalized learning environment using familiar technology. Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    5. 5. Product Overview—Features
    6. 6. Product Overview—Features • Content repository of top business content from a variety of sources • Semantic search technology for selecting content • iBook development interface for faculty or societies to create dynamic content with drag and drop technology • Platform transformation engine (XML) • Coursepack licensing for Institutions (optional) • Learning Management System with dashboards for Instructor, Librarian and Student • Collaboration/Social Networking Tools • Feedback/Evaluation Tools • Reporting Tools Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    7. 7. Product Overview—Features iBook Features • Simple design • Platform agnostic • Intuitive • Dynamic • Interactive • eXtensible • Scalable • Portable • Sync across devices • Customizable
    8. 8. Market Need • Integrated, easy to use tool for curriculum development • Education that fits the life and learning style of students • New revenue opportunities for content • Streamlines content acquisition and management • Solutions ePak provides: – Smart Filtering: provides semantic layer to efficiently select coherent, relevant content for course curricula. – Convenience: provides a repository for organizing content regardless of media type. – Cost Controller: reduces costs for students and libraries while creating an opportunity for publishers with new content containers. – Flexible Learning: appeals to remote learners, experienced workers, young, digitally savvy, and social networkers Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    9. 9. Market Overview • Business Schools – Students | Faculty | Librarians | Content Producers | Authors – 2,400 US Institutions offering Business Administration – 567 Accredited Business Schools worldwide – 500 Professional Societies and Associations worldwide offering certifications • Future Markets: Corporation Training, Individuals and Other Academic Disciplines Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    10. 10. Market Overview • End-User Attributes – Technology dependent – Device independent media – Classroom or online learning – Multidisciplinary needs – Collaborative/social • Market Characteristics – Growing; new opportunities – Broad age demographics – Applicable in any learning situation Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    11. 11. Market Overview—Stakeholder Benefits • Faculty • Students • Libraries/Institutions • Professional Societies • Content Producers Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    12. 12. Business Model Multiple revenue streams • Zero upfront fee for the institutions • Charge per course with tiers for number of students in the course – Growth year over year as more courses/students use the tool • Use ad based revenue – Job posting or career companies – Use student profile to provide targeted list to corporations • Revenue share with publishers based on adoption of their content • Revenue share with device manufacturers based on device adoption • Aids in accreditation and certification of institutions • Charge subscription fee for individuals to access ePak • Market ePak through United Nations Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    13. 13. Competition LMS Content Producers App developers Social Networking Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    14. 14. Why Invest? $10 3 10X Million Years Return $100 Million Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    15. 15. Why Invest? • Scalable to other disciplines/markets • Lack of direct competition—first to market • Market open/ready • Advancing education; good of our future. • Partners aligned Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
    16. 16. Faculty Content ProducersStudents Thank you! Professional Societies Librarians Society for Scholarly Publishing IN Conference Imagining the “Dream E-Tool” for Education and Training Sofitel Philadelphia, September 21-23, 2010
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