Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) November 06, 2014
Learning.com, a leader in helping districts implement digital learning initiatives, announces it has opened the application period for Curriculum Foundry beta pilots. Curriculum Foundry is a solution that helps districts use digital content to meet their instructional goals, facilitate personalized learning and address budget challenges.
Districts can now go to Learning.com/tools and apply to pilot the beta version of Curriculum Foundry, which will start in late January 2015.
“Participating in the pilot program is exciting for districts because it gives them an opportunity to use a solution that could significantly enhance how they organize and distribute digital resources,” said Learning.com CEO Keith Oelrich. “We value input from educators, and these pilots are important in helping us fine-tune the product and prepare it for full implementation.”
Curriculum Foundry provides a searchable content repository that includes vetted open education resources (OER) and tools to build and share curriculum. This solution also features single sign-on, enabling students and teachers to easily use digital content from various sources.
To learn more, visit the Learning.com tools page or stop by the Learning.com booth (#414) at the iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium.
Learning.com helps districts implement digital learning initiatives with award-winning content, tools and services. By incorporating Learning.com's curriculum and assessments into core instruction, educators help their students develop 21st century skills. With Learning.com’s digital content management solution, districts can seamlessly access, organize and share digital content to meet their instructional goals. Learning.com also offers industry-leading professional development services to support educators as they integrate technology into the classroom. Founded in 1999, Learning.com currently partners with more than 2,500 districts to help prepare their students for success in college and future career opportunities. For more information, visit http://www.learning.com and connect with us at http://www.twitter.com/learningdotcom.