Indianapolis, Ind.–April 30, 2007–ANGEL Learning, recognized innovator of enterprise elearning software and services, today announced the integration of ANGEL LMS with Tegrity, a leading provider of student achievement systems. Seamless integration of ANGEL with the Tegrity Campus 2.0 next-generation web-based solution enables ANGEL users access to Tegrity´s class recordings, digital notes technology and podcasting solutions directly from within the ANGEL learning environment, through a single sign-in.

Santa Clara University in California is the first institution to apply the enhancements. Santa Clara University adopted ANGEL LMS in 2003 and adopted Tegrity technology to extend the value of its ANGEL adoption in 2005. "Providing students with flexible media and technology tools to suit their individual learning styles and help them achieve their academic potential is an important element of our strategy to maximize student success," said Ron Danielson, CIO of Santa Clara University. "The integration of Tegrity Campus 2.0 with ANGEL LMS significantly simplifies the management of Tegrity recordings through ANGEL. This allows many more courses to record the classroom experience for later review, which we believe positively impacts student learning on our campus, without increases in support staff."

"ANGEL and Tegrity share a vision for improving teaching and learning by providing students with the tools and resources that will lead them to succeed," said Isaac Segal, president and CEO of Tegrity. "Our partnership with ANGEL is strong, and we will continue working together to ensure that our customers are provided solutions that fulfill their changing needs."

"Tegrity produces a unique solution to capture, index and store class content, extending learning opportunities for ANGEL customers," said Christopher D. Clapp, president and CEO, ANGEL Learning. "Santa Clara University´s enthusiasm for the seamless ANGEL-Tegrity integration is evidence of the power of cooperatively developing solutions that meet evolving educational needs."

The inherent openness of the ANGEL system enables integrations with complementing technologies that leverage core ANGEL functionality and add value to ANGEL adoptions. The Tegrity integration with ANGEL allows Tegrity to use course catalog and student enrollment data in ANGEL to organize course content and manage user access, eliminating the need for manual scheduling, uploading or access rights management.

About ANGEL Learning

ANGEL Learning, Inc. develops and markets enterprise elearning software. Our flagship products are the ANGEL Learning Management Suite and the ANGEL ePortfolio system. Our products have been honed by use–with millions of students and instructors served from K to corporate. We enjoy a reputation for creating products with exceptional ease of use, excellent vision into learner progress and for keeping our commitments. ANGEL LMS won the Software & Information Industry Association CODiE award for Best Postsecondary Course Management Solution in both 2006 and 2007 and is the only product to win the award two years in a row. Educators ranked ANGEL first in customer satisfaction in the IMS GLC Learn-Sat awards. Having emerged from the academy ourselves, our core values reflect those of our customers well. ANGEL world headquarters are in Indianapolis, Indiana. To learn more about the ANGEL difference, visit us at

About Tegrity

Tegrity Campus is the first student achievement system that impacts learning across the entire institution, improving retention and student satisfaction. Tegrity makes class time available all the time by automatically capturing, storing and indexing every class on campus for replay by every student. Educators know that the more students can see, hear, and experience class resources, the better they learn. With Tegrity, students quickly recall key moments or replay entire classes online, with their digital notes, on their iPods and on their cell phones. Tegrity Campus was recently recognized with two IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS GLC) Learn-Sat awards, earning a space among the top ten technology products supporting teaching and learning and a rating of "Best in Category" for classroom capture products. Tegrity, also recognized by IMS GLC with a 2007 Learning Impact Award, is based in Santa Clara, California with regional offices throughout the United States. For more information, visit

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