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New online learning partnership in CA

  In an effort to help its member schools creatively deal with the Californian fiscal crisis, the APLUS+ Network Association  has partnered with it’s learning, inc. to offer member schools access to it’s learning, The Individual Learning Platform™, to help
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In an effort to help its member schools creatively deal with the Californian fiscal crisis, the APLUS+ Network Association has partnered with it’s learning, inc. to offer member schools access to it’s learning, The Individual Learning Platform™, to help them develop and share resources.

The it’s learning – APLUS+ community portal will use the Global Community feature of the it’s learning platform to allow students and instructors to join courses created by educators at other schools. Once enrolled, these individuals can then invite users from other schools to join the courses, opening up new avenues for both personalized learning and next-generation collaboration.

To learn more, visit www.itslearning.net or www.theaplus.org.

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