EdBooks Concierge Service

At EdBooks, concierge service is standard. We understand the growing demands on faculty time, as well as institutional pressures to improve student learning experiences. That’s why we designed our products to be flexible, and why we provide them in convenient, pre-configured packages for different types of learning environments.  Equally important, that’s why we offer a unique level of support for all faculty who adopt our mediabooks.


Personalized Attention for a Personal Teaching Solution

As soon as you make the decision to adopt an EdBooks product, one of our learning designers will set up a consultation call to ensure we understand your vision for the ideal teaching solution. Our team will work with you to design the optimum learning environment model for your course, and will then guide you through the process of customizing the course structure, modifying content and activities, and ensuring your content is available to your students just as you envisioned. And we’ll stay in contact throughout the semester to make sure you are getting the results you want. 

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Our Commitment to Support Your Commitment to Teaching

EdBooks innovates content and delivery so that faculty who adopt our products can provide the best possible learning experiences to their students. Our team is dedicated to designing engaging courses through collaborative partnership with faculty. Our concierge services include learning design expertise, content curation, and assistance with course implementation. We also provide training to help faculty realize their own content customizations.

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EdBooks Institutional Case Study

In this institutional case study, EdBooks Learning Design and Content teams provide concierge services to help design, deliver, and evaluate customized Economics mediabooks for traditional, hybrid, and online courses.

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