When EdReady is implemented at an institution, or across a district, state, or system, people typically assume specific roles, including:
An EdReady Administrator is responsible for site setup, including definition of curricular Goals and Scopes and technical integrations. An EdReady Administrator is primarily responsible for ensuring EdReady is optimized for use at an institution, system, or state.
An EdReady Teacher or Instructor uses EdReady in the classroom or as a supplementary learning resource. EdReady Teachers and Instructors are primarily responsible for supporting students.
NROC partners are entitled to a dedicated team of customer success specialists and technical support staff.
The Info Session series below is comprised of 30-minute sessions that highlight NROC implementation best practices. These videos are appropriate for both people new to the community as well as long-time friends and power users.
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