Eve Howard is the creator of leading higher education products with a current focus on course ware (platform, content, & instructional design), with a reputation for entrepreneurial spirit and industry setting revenue growth.
Excellence in traditional editorial practices and management as well as cutting edge digital product management.
—Innovative product features with resulting industry leading success.
—Uniquely suited to transition editorial, marketing, and production teams from traditional publishing processes to a digital and online environment.
—Consistently lead groups to aggressive revenue growth and leadership marketplace position.
—Embrace change to provide customers with a better solution and value.
—Cutting-edge knowledge of higher education open content resources
—Expertise in learning design of curriculum mapped to learning outcomes and authentic assessments
Courseware, Chief Product Officer, course design, product management, content, textbook, instructional design, learning design, content architecture, open education resources, educational technology, edutech, ed-tech,e-learning, editorial, higher education, post secondary, college, university, course materials, curriculum, content, ebook, etextbook, media, technology, author solutions, digital learning, adaptive learning, blended learning, online learning, digital rights management, Editor in Chief
This project demanded something more than just development and we knew we were to be tested for our incredible development tactics.
We had the frame up in our mind but the most difficult task was to let the developers see that picture the way we wanted to and to achieve that particular flow we held constant meetings with the graphic designers and programmers to make sure nothing is left behind.
As this project would be helping those who need a professional touch to their skills with amazingly intact course material and periodic exercises, finally we were able to exceed the expectations.
TECHNOLOGIES WE USED:
Content Management Systems
Analytics and Tracking