Pearson Signs Partnership With University of Hawaii System
May 10, 2017

Pearson announced a partnership with the University of Hawaii system that the company says will reduce the cost of course materials for students across the state. Through the UH system Interactive Digital Access Program (IDAP), faculty across 10 colleges and universities will have the option to provide students with streamlined access to Pearson’s digital learning materials from campus bookstores by the first day of class.

UH students using the program will save up to 60 percent on the cost of traditional course materials, Pearson told Inside Digital Learning. The company has 56 courses and about 4,055 students confirmed for the summer and fall semesters, a company official said.

The terms of the Pearson-UH deal were not disclosed. This is the 40th Direct Digital Access (DDA) partnership Pearson has signed in 2017.


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