Foundation / Corporation
08/15/14 5:00 PM ET Receipt
Grants to USA and international accredited higher education institutions for the installation of a campus portal and web content management system. Funds will cover 100% of the cost of a system that provides single sign-on access to everything from academic information to social networking for prospective students, current students, faculty, staff, student organizations, administration, and alumni.
Recipient institutions of this grant will receive the installation of LookingGlass platform software and license valued at $150,000. LookingGlass Platform is the most widely deployed campus portal and web content management solution in higher education. In addition to the 100% discount on the software licenses, grant recipients will be asked to participate in assessing the efficacy of a LookingGlass Platform and propose new applications and improvements for upcoming versions of the product.
Decisions will be made according to the LookingGlass' goal for determining the efficacy of LookingGlass products, solutions and services at a diverse sampling of institutions of higher education.
Within the auspices of this broad goal, the LookingGlass will seek institutions that can demonstrate excellence in the following categories:
-Commitment to information technology initiatives
-Compatibility with the LookingGlass' technology goals
-Ability to implement an enterprise Portal effectively
-Strong academic alliances
GrantWatch ID#: 145657
Grants cover 100% of the software license valued at $150,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Awal Singh, Manager Membership Development, LookingGlass Platform
Tel: 216.589.9626 ext. 190
1111 Superior Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
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