We are excited to announce the release of NexPort Campus 5.7.0! This release features many new features, enhancements and bug fixes that our partners have requested. Notably, in 5.7, all media assignments now use a mobile-ready video player that works on both desktop and mobile devices. All videos uploaded to the NexPort media library will be automatically converted into a web ready mp4 format.
Other enhancements include the addition of waiting periods to test attempts, ordering of test questions, API enhancements and many more. A full listing is provided below.
NexPort Solutions Highlighted in U.S. Department of Education Report on Educational Technology in Correctional Facilities
NexPort LMS Addresses Security Concerns that Pose Primary Barrier to Online Education Programs in Correctional Facilities
Washington, D.C., August 14, 2015 - NexPort Solutions, a leader in the highly secure learning management sector, was highlighted in a recent report by the U.S. Department of Education’s (USDOE) Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education (OCTAE) as a primary example of “Successes of Early Implementers” for online based educational programs in correctional facilities.
NexPort Solutions, in partnership with Smart Horizons Career Online Education(SHCOE), was cited in the USDOE report for providing a highly secure AdvancED/SACS accredited online high school diploma and entry-level workforce certificate program to incarcerated adult inmates within the Florida Department of Corrections (FLDOC).
In 2012, SHCOE was launched in Florida’s state correctional facilities via the FLDOC Online Campus to help incarcerated individuals obtain their high school diplomas and entry-level workforce certificates, and to graduate with workforce skills that can be applied upon release. NexPort Solutions delivers the SHCOE curriculum by utilizing the Nexport Campus Learning Platform through a combination of Firewalls and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) communication.
The report, titled “Educational Technology in Corrections 2015”, was released earlier this month (http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/AdultEd/policybriefedtech.pdf), and was designed to aid federal, state, and local corrections staff and correctional education administrators as they explore ways to use advanced technologies in corrections securely and cost-effectively. The USDOE report states the main barrier to more adoption of internet-based education at correctional facilities is the strict IT security requirements most correctional systems have in place.
“Our customer-centered approach to software design allows the Nexport Campus Learning Platform to quickly add features for security and real-time reporting that meets the special needs of corrections professionals,” said Dr. Rob Miller, Chief Knowledge Officer.
About NexPort Solutions Group
NexPort Solutions Group, a division of Darwin Global LLC, is a systems and software engineering company that provides innovative, cost-effective training solutions and support for federal, state and local government, as well as the private sector.
NexPort Solutions is currently servicing students in partnership with the following organizations: Smart Horizons Career Online Education, Florida Department of Corrections, Cengage Learning/Gale/ed2go, Advanced Systems Technology, Smart Horizons, Cameron University, Hondros Learning, Walmart, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, and the State of NJ Library System.
For more information on NexPort Solutions, please visithttp://www.nexportsolutions.com/.
About NexPort Solutions Group
NexPort Solutions Group is a division of Darwin Global, LLC, a systems and software engineering company that provides innovative, cost-effective training solutions and support for federal, state and local government, as well as the private sector.