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Atomic Learning joins IMS Global Learning Consortium

Atomic Learning has joined IMS GLC as a member of the Common Cartridge & Learning Tools Interoperability Alliance.
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The IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS GLC) and Atomic Learning recently announced that Atomic Learning has joined IMS GLC as a member of the Common Cartridge & Learning Tools Interoperability Alliance. Atomic Learning will be providing leadership in IMS GLC with respect to professional development, technology integration and support solutions.

Atomic Learning customers will be able to search the Atomic Learning library from within their LTI-compliant learning management system, and embed links to videos within their courses. To learn more about Atomic Learning’s integration options, request more information at www.atomiclearning.com/more.

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