Anthology Showcase

Driving Student Success with Lifecycle Engagement Technology

Welcome to the Showcase

Driving Student Success with Lifecycle Engagement Technology

presented by Anthology


Anthology was created through the merger of four of the world’s leading education technology companies: Blackboard, Campus Management, Campus Labs, and iModules.
Their goal is to not only meet your needs today, but to drive innovation that changes what EdTech can make possible for you tomorrow. Their passion is providing dynamic, innovative, and flexible technologies and services to help support learners globally, from enrolment to graduation and beyond.

It's no secret that higher education is experiencing a myriad of challenges right now. From lower enrolment to increasing IT costs to digital security concerns, there's much that universities need to contend with and prepare for, all while continuing to provide a high-quality experience to students. Addressing key areas such as equitable access and participation, retention and community engagement will be core priority areas for Universities and Governments as will the ability to provide evidence of activities performed. 

With their award-winning CRM, Anthology Reach can assist institutions to manage applications, student success, retention, alumni, advancement, and more. In this session you will learn how Anthology's Constituent Relationship Management technology with the power of Microsoft Dynamics365 can be leveraged to support institutional transformation in alignment with government priorities.  


When: Thursday 13 June 1 pm - 2 pm AEST
Where: Online via Zoom Webinar

View the recording and presentation slides here

Presented by Anthology

Nicole Wall, Regional Vice President, APAC


Hosted by:

Greg Sawyer, CEO, CAUDIT

Anthology contact details:

Name: Rochelle Vincent
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Start Date

13 Jun 2024

End Date

13 Jun 2024


03:00 - 04:00

based on your local time


Online Via Zoom Webinar

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