Distance Education Services Advisor, Sessions.edu, was Chosen as Alliance Partner by Angel Learning

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Leading LMS developer, ANGEL Learning, partners with Sessions to "Reach More Students Â? Teach More Students" using online education.

Sessions.edu has partnered with ANGEL Learning to offer online education services to users of the company's web-based learning management system – ANGEL|LMS. In addition, Sessions will be a presenter at the 3rd Annual ANGEL User Conference on June 3, 2005 at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

Christopher Clapp, president and CEO of ANGEL Learning said, "Sessions.edu brings a unique perspective and qualifications to assisting educators in their efforts to offer online learning. They founded their own online school in 1997 and provide programming in an area of education many thought could not be taught online...graphic and web design."

Sessions was first a customer of ANGEL Learning, deploying a successful migration to ANGEL Learning's web-based learning management system in under 60 days. Now expanding the student experience beyond the traditional online education, Sessions is working to address the needs of readers of instructor-led textbooks and other professional publications for the design industry.

“We are looking forward to assisting ANGEL clients as they enter or expand their online education efforts,” stated Doris Granatowski, Sessions CEO. "It's a natural partnership. Our expertise is in developing curriculums for online instruction, managing the student service s challenges of online education, and training instructors in the skills needed to teach students at a distance. ANGEL's LMS truly caters to the optimal student experience and provides the highest caliber of educational administration to ensure consistent and uncompromised quality.”

Gordon Drummond, Sessions chief learning officer, will present the Sessions experience in customizing ANGEL|LMS at the User Conference and will discuss various ways schools can benefit from the application's functionality.

Bob Timm, Director of Student Services and Infrastructure, Information Systems will describe how Sessions created a seamless system to pass enrollment, access, and grades between Angel data and the school's master student records.

About Sessions.edu, Inc. (http://www.sessions.edu)

Sessions.edu, Inc., founded in 1997, was created with the goal of bringing new media design education to graphic and web designers worldwide, through online education.

Once a pioneer and now a leader in the distance education industry, Sessions' has delivered tens of thousands of courses to students in over 100 countries. Sessions is accredited by the Distance Education Training Council (http://www.DETC.org) and the first of only two online schools licensed by the New York State Department of Education . The expertise and experience that has created the proven success of the online school is now offered to select colleges, universities, and corporations that seek to enter or expand their presence in the growing and competitive world of distance education.

Sessions Online Design School offers certificate programs and courses in graphic design, web design, multimedia, business marketing design and digital arts. For more information about Sessions.edu Online School of Design, visit http://www.sessions.edu

About Angel Learning (http://www.angellearning.com)

ANGEL Learning develops and markets the web-based learning management system - ANGEL|LMS. Recognized as the leader in product innovation, this proven, powerful system allows instructors to easily and efficiently manage instruction, develop sophisticated, collaborative learning experiences, and, most importantly improve learning outcomes. Founded in July 2000, ANGEL Learning evolved from research and teaching experience at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Today ANGEL Learning has grown from a campus-based organization of university researchers and instructors to a profitable firm with global reach.

For more information contact:

Scott Chappell

Sessions.edu, Inc


(212) 239-3080

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