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Kentucky State Adopts InScribe for Learning Support

Kentucky State University is adopting a new learning support platform to help people stay connected while they're learning and working remotely. The university, with 2,100 students, will be using InScribe. The application allows the school community to set up discussion forum-like networks where students, faculty and staff can ask questions, up-vote topics and get and post information.

According to the company, the content generated within the university through the program is maintained to form a searchable "knowledge repository" that will continue serving the community in the future.

"Providing students with easy to navigate, timely information and guidance is an essential part of student success," said M. Christopher Brown II, president of the university, in a press release. "InScribe gives our students a network of support that they can rely on and it enhances our ability to communicate and interact with them. Students can meet others with similar stories, work together academically and obtain the information they need to carry them through their educational journey."

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Dian Schaffhauser is a former senior contributing editor for 1105 Media's education publications THE Journal, Campus Technology and Spaces4Learning.

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