Copley Retention Expands Success Tools and Practices to Include Asynchronous Learning Environments

Copley Retention unveils a monitoring, intervention, and support system for asynchronous learning environments in conjunction with co-sponsorship of Start-Up Alley at Educause 2015 with investment partner USA Funds

WESTON, Fla.--()--Copley Retention Systems www.copleysystems.com, announces full integration with asynchronous online learning environments. "These new implementations allows our partner schools to monitor and provide interventions to students earning their degrees outside of the traditional two semester frameworks," said Keith Clougherty, CEO, “Our partner schools have shown a significant increase in completion rates and our process and practices consistently result in the most impact for both traditional and distance students. Expanding to an asynchronous environments makes this impact available to an ever growing cohort.”

“We are pleased to have Copley Retention and USA Funds as our Start-Up Alley sponsors”

With the growth of more personalized education plans, asynchronous environments are becoming more prevalent in many university settings. Copley technologies use dynamic modeling informed by performance analytics to monitor the progress and risk factors of students and tailor alerts and interventions to each student as they progress at their own pace; In addition, the platform provides full case management for all advising, staff, and faculty stakeholders involved with the education and support process.

Copley will reveal their asynchronous interface at Educause 2015, on October 28th. In keeping with Copley’s commitment to supporting innovation in education technology, Copley is underwriting Educause’s Start-Up Alley with partner USA Funds, “Having exhibited at Start-Up Alley 2014, we found it to be an invaluable experience which led to the formation of some of our strongest and most successful partnerships.” Copley CEO Keith Clougherty will also judge at the ‘Under the Radar’ pitch competition, wherein participants present fresh ideas and unique approaches to current educational challenges. Clougherty commented, “Today’s educational solutions must strive to develop messaging and support modalities that incorporate data to provide personalized experiences at scale. As Higher Education moves to an environment of support toward success, we recognize those who provide mission critical software and services to manage these complex functions.”

“We are pleased to have Copley Retention and USA Funds as our Start-Up Alley sponsors,” said Margita Blattner, Director of Corporate Strategy and Business Development at Educause, “It's especially remarkable as Copley was a 2014 participant in Start-Up Alley, and have now returned to tell a real success story”.

About Copley Retention Systems:

Copley Retention’s tools and practices support positive student outcomes that contribute directly to institutional objectives for academic success, persistence and retention. Visit www.copleysystems.com.

About Educause:

EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association and the foremost community of IT leaders and professionals committed to advancing higher education. EDUCAUSE programs and services are focused on analysis, advocacy, community building, professional development, and knowledge creation because IT plays a transformative role in higher education. EDUCAUSE supports those who lead, manage, and use information technology through a comprehensive range of resources and activities. For more information, visit www.educause.edu.

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Copley Retention Systems
Hannah Chouinard, 603-361-1551
Director of Marketing
hannah@copleysystems.com

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