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Live from NECC: New Web- Based Learning Platform

it’s learning AS, a Bergen, Norway-based company and global learning platform provider, brings its individualized learning system and training services to United States schools and universities through its new subsidiary, it’s learning, inc.
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News from the National Educational Computing Conference:

it’s learning AS, a Bergen, Norway-based company and global learning platform provider, brings its individualized learning system and training services to United States schools and universities through its new subsidiary, it’s learning, inc. With nearly two million users worldwide, it’s learning provides a web-based platform, tools and training that enable students and teachers to plan, author, collaborate and deliver engaging multimedia learning experiences. Users can integrate original, free and commercial content into the it’s learning library to help students and teachers meet the standards set by schools, state departments of education, colleges and universities.

it’s learning’s features include differentiated user interfaces, built-in audio and video recorders that allow teachers and students to create and share multimedia materials, plagiarism control, ePortfolios and more.

For complete product details and to view a product demo, visit www.itslearning.net.

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