Alpine, UT, February 12, 2007–Linguatronics, LC announces the newest release of its popular classroom control software, Genesis version 9.3. Genesis 9.3 includes many product enhancements which take an already outstanding product to even higher levels.

Genesis has long been used in language training labs as a central monitoring, teaching and control system. Because Genesis runs on standard Windows-based computers over a local area network, it is also a powerful tool for controlling any type of computer-based teaching lab. The University of Texas uses Genesis to teach Stock Exchange strategies to its MBA students, while The City University of New York uses Genesis in Economics, Science and ESL courses. Littleton High School uses Genesis in Foreign Language and ESL classes. Instruction on any subject is enhanced and simplified using the Genesis system and the new features available in version 9.3.

Marsha Chan, ESL Coordinator at Mission College states: "Genesis´ effectiveness as a language learning tool is wonderful! Although nobody is required to use the lab, the number of faculty who would like to use the lab to teach their classes exceeds the capacity.

It´s a great system. I spent over a year researching the field and finding this system. Then I went about getting buy-in from faculty, staff and administrators and shaking money from trees. We are very happy with Genesis and Linguatronics."

To learn more about the Genesis system, visit Linguatronics at www.linguatronics.com or call Toll Free at (800) 373-4991.

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