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Graziadio School Deploys Interactive Online Catalog Solution

February 3, 2014  | 1 min read

Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business and Management will soon launch a new e-catalog designed to make it easier for students and faculty to search, save and share critical course, program and policy information. The new academic catalog management system from Digital Architecture, Acalog ™, provides content-specific search, personalization features, social media links and mobile connectivity; replacing the current reliance on an academic catalog in PDF form. “While we’re tremendously excited about how Acalog will enhance the catalog experience for our students, the system also includes a robust version tracking and notification system that will enable us to manage our catalog more efficiently,” said James Berneking, Academic Affairs Project Manager for Accreditation. The Graziadio School joins more than 300 other higher education institutions that have adopted the Acalog e-catalog system. Ken Blais, president of Digital Architecture, explained that Acalog is designed specifically for academic catalog management and presentation, and will help the school “streamline catalog production, reduce reliance on printing, enhance student engagement, and help improve both the timeliness and accuracy of catalog information.” Digital Architecture is the leading provider of catalog management and curriculum solutions, serving more than 300 institutions of higher learning. The Acalog publishing system delivers thousands of e-catalogs at hundreds of colleges and universities. Acalog's unique e-catalog Gateway enhances student engagement with powerful search, personalization, Web services, and a mobile interface. Curriculog™ is Digital Architecture’s curriculum management system offering institutions groundbreaking workflow, collaboration, and approval-tracking platform with the flexibility to respond to evolving institutional and accreditation requirements.