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September 14, 2022 • 1 minute read
By: Mike Hale, Ph.D., Chief Learning and Content Officer

VitalSource has long been committed to increasing student success through easy access to affordable content. We also believe that if you can, you must improve learning for students and expand educational opportunities for all learners. Of course, we are not alone in this view and it is the reason many companies have built assessment-rich course materials. 

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Blog > VitalSource Reaffirms Commitment to Accessibility

August, 17, 2020 • 1 minute read

VitalSource Reaffirms Commitment to Accessibility

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I’m honored to share that VitalSource recently earned a maximum ASPIREscore of 100% for high-quality accessibility standards, and our company now sits at the top of the ASPIRElist of platforms. While we’re proud we have achieved this goal, we’re even more motivated to explore the next frontier in accessibility.

Every student should have access to quality educational materials. At VitalSource, delivering the very best digital learning experience for all students is central to everything we do. Our commitment to accessibility is evident throughout our company history, informing how we approach new technology and inspiring our work to help lead the creation of improved international standards. Take a look at our industry-leading accessibility milestones here.

It’s exciting to think about what our team can accomplish in the future as we work to ensure all learners can seamlessly access the tools and course materials they need anywhere, anytime. Exceeding expectations is important here at VitalSource; if there are new and better ways to provide content and meet students’ needs, we’re determined make it happen. After all, accessibility isn’t a destination, it’s a journey – and VitalSource is in the drivers’ seat.

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