Course Sharing Platform Recognized in Higher Education Tech Landscape

August 23, 2022 — GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Quottly was recognized for its forward-thinking solutions that help solve the challenges institutions and students face today.

Quottly, the largest and most comprehensive course and program sharing platform on the market, was recently included in the 2022 Eduventures Higher Education Technology Landscape for advancing institutional and student success and transforming education through technology. In the higher education industry, The Landscape is widely considered the authoritative overview of the vendors and the products making an impact on student outcomes and educational effectiveness. 

In this year’s Landscape, Quottly was recognized in the “Student Success and Instruction” category under “Course Registration and Degree Planning Solutions.” Additionally, the company was recognized in a recently established segment that Quottly played a vital role in creating called, “Student Mobility Solutions.”

“Our priority with The Landscape is to capture the state of the industry so that administrators know what solutions are available to help them solve challenges they’re facing on campus,” said James Wiley, Eduventures Principal Analyst, Technology. “This year, we recognized the powerful impact Quottly has in the area of addressing pain points around transfer credits and pathways for institutions and students simultaneously.” 

With many students struggling to navigate the barriers to completion, Quottly’s integrated platform helps overcome issues for students and institutions alike. The company earned its spot in The Landscape with four solutions that address student mobility challenges, including Cross Registration, Transfer Equivalency, Programs & Certificates, and Pathways. 

“As colleges and universities continue to adapt to the needs of the modern student — needs that have accelerated during the pandemic — technologies that increase institutional efficiency and offer alternate pathways to student success will be critical,” said Alicia Policinski, Co-Founder and CEO of Quottly. “Our solutions are designed to help institutions increase equity and access for students while optimizing limited resources and budgets.”

For systems, consortia, and institutions, Quottly’s course and program sharing platform can: 

  • Expand equity and access to courses beyond their home institution
  • Offer students more course sections, flexibility, and paths to graduation
  • Maximize course capacity and fill empty seats 
  • Create new programs and courses without adding instructional costs
  • Optimize budgets and resources by reducing inefficiencies 

For students, Quottly’s course sharing platform offers opportunities to: 

  • Enroll in the courses they need to stay on track
  • Ensure all courses count toward transfer and completion
  • Access more diverse offerings to meet their educational and career goals

Quottly’s products — adopted at more than 200 institutions, serving more than 2.9 million students — offer institutional administrators much-needed support in meeting student needs, especially in underserved areas.. 

“Quottly has been instrumental in helping the Montana University System address the significant hurdles we faced in scaling our programs and improving educational access in rural communities, allowing our colleges and universities to better serve the state,” said Joe Thiel, Director of Academic Policy and Research at the Montana University System. “I could not be more pleased with our partnership.”  

About Quottly 

Quottly delivers an integrated course and program sharing platform that removes barriers to student success, enabling higher education systems, consortia, and institutions to increase equity and access, create new pathways to completion, solve transfer challenges, and drive innovation and efficiency. To learn more, visit



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