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ALEKS online math courses now available for iPad and select Android tablets

ALEKS Corporation today announced the availability of its first K-12 and higher education courses for iPad and select Android tablets.
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ALEKS Corporation today announced the availability of its first K-12 and higher education courses for iPad and select Android tablets. Eight ALEKS courses are now optimized to work in the emerging tablet environment.

The ALEKS courses now available for iPad and select Android tablets are:

K-12

Mathematics - LV 3 (with QuickTables)
Mathematics - LV 4 (with QuickTables)
Mathematics - LV 5 (with QuickTables)
Mathematics - MS/LV 6
Essential Mathematics (with QuickTables)
QuickTables

Higher Education

Basic Math
Pre-Algebra

To learn mores, visit www.aleks.com/video/how_aleks_works. A free trial of ALEKS courses is available to teachers and administrators at www.aleks.com/free_trial/instructor

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