Wednesday, November 11, 2009

More Teachers Trading in Textbooks and Lectures For Interactive E-Learning Software to Engage Students

Today Business Week's website carries an article on how more teachers are trading in textbooks and lectures for interactive learning software to engage students. The article cites Kaplan University, San Francisco State University and Philips Children's Medical Ventures - all reporting tremendous student satisfaction resulting from interactive eLearning. To read the news, click here.

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