My Big Campus Partners With Clever To Enhance Student Information System Integration

July 23, 2013

New partnership will streamline and simplify data importing and management process.

Bakersfield, CA (PRWEB) July 23, 2013

Lightspeed Systems, creators of the collaborative learning management system (LMS) My Big Campus, is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with Clever to enhance the SIS integration process for schools. Designed to easily and effectively manage student data, the new partnership with Clever will provide My Big Campus users a streamlined way to create user accounts, groups, and group memberships.

My Big Campus is redefining what an LMS should be. The buzzing educational hub between a student and the Web, My Big Campus is not about just digitizing content and assessment tools. It is about creating a truly collaborative, mobile environment for teachers, students, and parents to engage and learn. My Big Campus is the only solution that safely brings together all the tools students and educators need and makes them easy to access and easy to share. And now, managing data in My Big Campus just got easier with the integration of Clever.

Student safety and data integrity is of utmost importance to Lightspeed Systems. This is why every user on My Big Campus is a real person in a real school. All account information is verified through SIS integration. With the new partnership, schools using My Big Campus will be able to create, update, and manage user accounts quicker and easier. All SIS information will be managed by Clever and will stay up-to-date within My Big Campus—ensuring accurate student data and easing the demands of IT and Curriculum staff.

“We know that SIS integration is a key to making sure My Big Campus is a safe place for educators and students to learn,” shares Brian Thomas, President of Lightspeed Systems. “We are pleased to partner with Clever in making this process even simpler for schools. Less time spent managing, more time spent engaging.”

“My Big Campus is a huge step forward in creating student learning communities, and we’re proud to provide SIS integration, so that teachers can focus on developing these communities and not updating student accounts with accurate roster information,” said Tyler Bosmeny, CEO of Clever. “We’re looking forward to presenting SIS integration to the Lightspeed community at the first ever My Big Campus user conference this week.”

About Lightspeed Systems

Education needs the technology revolution that has transformed every other industry. How do we get there? By engaging students in meaningful projects, by creating learning communities,by extending learning beyond the class walls and school bells, and by making sure that schools are empowered to safely and easily use transformative technologies.

That’s where we come in… Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and collaborative. We’ve helped thousands of schools around the world protect and engage more than 10 million students.

Lightspeed Systems + Your School. Together we do amazing things.

Find out more at http://www.lightspeedsystems.com

About Clever

Clever is the simplest way for schools and districts to keep their learning software in sync with their student information systems. In the last year, over 5,000 schools across the United States have adopted the Clever technology, and over 100 innovative software applications have joined the Clever platform, including Amplify, Learning.com, and Think Through Math. In November 2012, the SIIA named Clever the "Most Innovative Company in Education," and in March 2013, Clever was awarded first place in the SXSW LAUNCHedu competition. Clever has raised $3 million dollars in funding from Google Ventures, Mitch Kapor, Deborah Quazzo, Bessemer, Ashton Kutcher and others. Clever's headquarters are in San Francisco, CA. For more information contact Clever at (415) 562-6483, press(at)getclever(dot)com, or http://getclever.com.

SOURCE Lightspeed Systems

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