American University Washington College of Law and Pennsylvania College of Technology Select Desire2Learn Learning Suite to Drive Growth and Innovation

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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

The Pennsylvania College of Technology and the American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) have selected the Desire2Learn Learning Suite to empower learners with new technologies, including online programs, mobile and analytics offerings that improve their learning experience.

AUWCL selected Desire2Learn to power its new online education program, which will be launching this year to learners globally. AUWCL required customization for its educators as well as personalization tools for students and chose Desire2Learn for its flexibility and expertise with large institutions.

"Providing the same high quality experience that is offered to our on-campus students, including access to our renowned faculty and practitioners, was an important goal," said Glenn Greenberg, Director of Online Education, American University Washington College of Law. "Because of its customization, personalization, flexibility and its proven success, Desire2Learn was the clear choice."

The Pennsylvania College of Technology selected Desire2Learn Learning Suite for its flexibility, high service levels, mobile capabilities, intuitive interface and open API that works well with existing third-party tools.

"The Desire2Learn Learning Suite provides us with an excellent foundation to explore new technologies, including mobile and analytics offerings that help better engage students and improve their learning experience," said Walter Shultz Jr., Director of the Office of Instructional Technology at the Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Desire2Learn Learning Suite is a tightly integrated suite of products that provides an engaging, intuitive and personalized learning experience for students around the world. By providing a seamless experience for creation, delivery and management of courses, users are allowed to collaborate and connect around content and activities. Desire2Learn supports a variety of learning environments limited only by the vision of the educational institution.

"These latest customer wins validate Desire2Learn's open, customizable and flexible approach to learning platforms," said Desire2Learn President & CEO John Baker. "Online learning tools are a key competitive differentiator among learning institutions, so organizations that execute engaging technologies to their students and faculty, position themselves for long-term growth."

For more information, visit Desire2Learn.