Ed tech company and non-profit promote interoperability

 SMART Technologies announces that the company has joined the IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS GLC), a nonprofit organization
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SMART Technologies announces that the company has joined the IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS GLC), a nonprofit organization for the advancement of educational technology adoption and interoperability standards to support and enhance K–12, higher education and corporate education worldwide.

As a contributing member, SMART will work with IMS GLC to advance global interoperability standards for interactive whiteboards and interactive response systems for classroom, school, district and online learning systems.

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