Aspen Student Information System expands services

Follett Software Company announced that Aspen, its Student Information System (SIS), now serves as an integrated instructional, curriculum and learning management system
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Follett Software Company announced that Aspen, its Student Information System (SIS), now serves as an integrated instructional, curriculum and learning management system, allowing access to digital content, online learning and collaboration tools in one product.

Aspen brings paid digital content, free and open-source content, and locally created resources together in a single system. All of these standards-aligned resources are usable by teachers, students and parents to augment lessons and extend the classroom to anytime, anywhere learning.

Aspen Curriculum & Learning will help districts connect their standards-aligned curriculum maps to their instructional resources.

For more information, visit www.FollettSoftware.com.

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