A Few Examples of How BLPS Content Connections Can Help
Lots of companies provide publishing services. So, what’s the secret? The secret is to understand the needs of our clients, and to tailor our services to the specific case at hand. That’s easier said than done, but it’s what we do every day. So let’s take a look at some situations you might be facing, and how BLPS Content Connections can help.
Transition: an educational publisher wants to transition from an all-print product line to develop an interactive product offering, while fully leveraging the existing client base, technology infrastructure, content set, and business model. If so, BLPS could help develop a customized LMS, with all student, teacher and administrative functions. We could conceptualize and execute a design, integrate an LMS with an existing database, and develop all your interactively designed courses. And we can do all this while seamlessly integrating with client staff resources.
Supplemental: a publisher wants to deliver a supplemental program from scratch and deliver it exclusively on the web. If so, BLPS can develop the front and back ends of the content management system and instructional assets, all the while correlating them to the Common Core. We develop systems in open-source and proprietary frameworks to meet all business needs and budgets. And we can do this while integrating and scaling out your sales and fulfillment infrastructure.
XML Publishing: many publishers want to transition content to an XML authoring platform, so as to deliver content across multiple devices with the most compact content set possible. In this case, BLPS can develop a concept map and schema, tag all content, and ingest it into a customized XML authoring system with platform-agnostic output.
Assessment: BLPS can develop your blueprint and product plans for interactive and adaptive assessment, as well as develop test banks and build out a database appropriate for authoring and for end-user delivery.