Ashland University Now Offering Graduate Credits for InfoSource Learning 'How To Master' Online Training Courses

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InfoSource Learning, a leader in self-paced Web-based training solutions, announced today that effective immediately, Ashland University in Ashland, OH will be offering graduate credits to educators upon completion of InfoSource Learning's "How To Master" online training courses.

InfoSource Learning, a leader in self-paced Web-based training solutions, announced today that effective immediately, Ashland University in Ashland, OH will be offering graduate credits to educators upon completion of InfoSource Learning's "How To Master" online training courses. With this announcement, educators in school districts offering InfoSource Learning's "How To Master" online training solution are now eligible to receive graduate-level credits from Ashland University for completed coursework. Ashland has also agreed to work closely with technology coordinators and facilitators in those districts to validate the completion of all coursework. For districts where funding may be a concern, "eTech Ohio" funds can be used to aid in subsidizing the cost of a "How To Master" Learning Management System.

InfoSource Learning's "How To Master" online training libraries cover areas such as basic PC literacy for educators, teacher professional development skills, and classroom technology integration skills. The courseware features a content-rich environment of interactive, self-paced learning and testing, built on the premise that people "learn-by-doing." By training in simulated software environments, learners gain experience, retain information, and increase productivity.

Larry Pfrogner, Ashland University's Director of Professional Development Services, said, "We are pleased to partner with InfoSource Learning as we grow our resources to help teachers grow professionally. With this partnership, any school district using InfoSource Learning's 'How To Master' online training solution will now also be offering educators in their district a way to earn graduate credits from Ashland University. This partnership is a perfect fit for us and truly represents our 'Accent on the Individual' philosophy at Ashland University."

Tom Dalton, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at InfoSource Learning, said "We are pleased that Ashland University has recognized the quality of our technology training for educators by approving our courseware for graduate credits. Receiving graduate credits for technology training is a remarkable way for Ohio educators to take their professional development training to the next level."

To learn more about training solutions from InfoSource Learning, please call 800-393-4636, or visit http://www.InfoSourceLearning.com

About Ashland University
Ashland University is a private, comprehensive institution located in north central Ohio between Cleveland and Columbus. On-campus enrollment is nearly 2,150 undergraduate students while total enrollment, including graduate and off-campus centers, is more than 6,500.

About InfoSource Learning
InfoSource Learning, in business since 1983, is a developer and turnkey custom solution provider of high-quality Web-based training (WBT), computer-based training (CBT), and instructor-led training (ILT) for the education, corporate and government training markets. The company's How to Master family of products covers PC applications, professional development skills, IT certification preparation, and technology integration training. IN addition to its Web-delivered learning services, electronic training materials, and printed books, InfoSource Learning also develops, maintains, and markets a unique Content Authoring Tool (CAT) and Learning Management System (LMS).

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