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Knovation and Lightspeed Systems Partnership Expands Access to Digital Resources

CINCINNATI – Jan. 26, 2015 – Knovation, the leader in advanced personalized learning solutions, announces its partnership with Lightspeed Systems My Big Campus to expand student and educator access to netTrekker’s digital resources from within My Big Campus. netTrekker delivers the industry-leading library of Open Educational Resources (OER) including more than 360,000 digital resources that are curated, contextualized, tagged and standards-aligned to support personalized learning. My Big Campus safely brings together all the tools students and educators need in a collaborative community built around a learning management system. Through the integration, users can search directly within My Big Campus content libraries to find, save and share netTrekker resources.
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Knovation and Lightspeed Systems Partnership Expands Access to Digital Resources

netTrekker, My Big Campus integration simplifies the use of hundreds of thousands of digital learning materials within learning management system

CINCINNATI – Jan. 26, 2015Knovation, the leader in advanced personalized learning solutions, announces its partnership with Lightspeed Systems My Big Campus to expand student and educator access to netTrekker’s digital resources from within My Big Campus. netTrekker delivers the industry-leading library of Open Educational Resources (OER) including more than 360,000 digital resources that are curated, contextualized, tagged and standards-aligned to support personalized learning. My Big Campus safely brings together all the tools students and educators need in a collaborative community built around a learning management system. Through the integration, users can search directly within My Big Campus content libraries to find, save and share netTrekker resources.

“The availability of OER has become vitally important as more classrooms shift to digital,” said Randy Wilhelm, CEO of Knovation. “Knovation’s partnership with My Big Campus allows educators to seamlessly access netTrekker resources where they need them most—within tools they use every day for developing and delivering instruction.”

The integration, available to schools and districts with both My Big Campus and netTrekker subscriptions, enables educators to access netTrekker through LTI single sign-on, and easily choose from hundreds of thousands of curated resources that can be added to their lessons, saving them time when building coursework for online or blended learning environments. The partnership streamlines the delivery of digital content for educators when providing assignments to students and sharing lesson plans with colleagues.

My Big Campus is the latest company to join Knovation’s prominent technology integration partners. To learn how Knovation seamlessly integrates with My Big Campus, visit the company’s booth (#2236) in the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Conference exhibit hall. The company also will share a major update to the Knovation suite of personalized learning solutions during the annual education technology conference.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems’ mission is to transform education by safely and easily connecting people, resources, and technology. We’ve helped thousands of schools around the world protect and engage more than 25 million students. Lightspeed Systems + Your School. Together we do amazing things. Visit http://www.lightspeedsystems.com to learn more.

About Knovation
Knovation designs and implements advanced personalized learning solutions that reduce barriers to learning and allow districts to realize meaningful outcomes from their technology investment. The company’s portfolio includes netTrekker, the trusted solution for delivering hundreds of thousands of educator-curated, state and Common Core standards aligned learning-ready digital resources; and icurio, the learning engagement solution for 21st century blended learning that helps districts implement their digital conversions. These two solutions are backed by a fully curated learning resource library built from tens of millions of online resources that pass a rigorous 127-point process. Knovation provides professional learning and consulting services, resource management and delivery services, and a curriculum service solution that aligns digital content to each district’s curriculum. Since 1999, the company has impacted more than 32 million students and over 1.2 million teachers in schools nationwide. For more information, visit www.knovationlearning.com.

Media Contacts
• Laura Hannah, Knovation, 513-612-1037, lhannah@knovationlearning.com
• Kristina Rozenbergs, C. Blohm & Associates, 608-216-7300 x21, kristina@cblohm.com

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