Oklahoma City, September 21, 2006: The American Education Corporation (AEC)–publisher of the A+nyWhere Learning System (A+LS) curriculum courseware program–announced today that it has recently entered into a partnership with Encyclopaedia Britannica to provide interactive content and media to support lessons in the A+LS courseware.

Britannica Online School Edition content will be available for grades 1-12 using the A+nyWhere Learning System courseware program. Britannica articles and other resources will be linked directly through most A+LS courseware lessons to provide extensive curriculum-aligned resources, articles, visual manipulatives, interactive activities, video, and audio content that is specific to the lessons being studied. Students will also have access to many self-directed learning opportunities in the Britannica Online School Edition that will serve to reinforce classroom instruction.

In addition to Britannica activities and videos, contained in the high school level Encyclopaedia Britannica, the middle school level Compton’s by Britannica, and the elementary level Britannica Elementary Encyclopedia, students will also have access to Merriam-Webster’s student dictionary and thesaurus.

American Education Corporation (AEC) is headquartered at 7506 N. Broadway Extension, Oklahoma City, OK 73116. Contact phone numbers are 800.222.2811 or 405.840.6031. The Company has distribution offices throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and Asia. For more information, please visit www.amered.com.

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