Indianapolis, Ind. — Sep. 13, 2007 — ANGEL Learning, recognized innovator of enterprise elearning software and services, today announced that the ANGEL Learning Management Suite (LMS) has achieved SCORM 2004 3rd Edition LMS certification from the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Co-Lab. Achieving SCORM 2004 certification further demonstrates ANGEL Learning?s commitment to open standards by making the conceptual practical.

?The Academic ADL Co-Lab congratulates ANGEL Learning for its commitment to SCORM as demonstrated by certification through the independent auditors at the Wisconsin Testing Organization,? said Rovy Branon, executive director of the Academic ADL Co-Lab. ?Achieving SCORM 2004 3rd Edition certification is a milestone that ensures more robust and complete interoperability.?

?Achieving SCORM 2004 certification is a natural extension of our ongoing commitment to open standards for content and interoperability,? said Ray Henderson, chief products officer, ANGEL Learning. ?ANGEL?s SCORM compliance is important to many of our customers and publishing partners who distribute content in the SCORM format.?

The Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a collection of standards and specifications for a comprehensive suite of e-learning capabilities that enable interoperability, accessibility and reusability of web-based learning content. Receiving SCORM 2004 3rd Edition certification verifies ANGEL LMS v. 7.2 conformance with the most current SCORM specifications and guidelines. ANGEL users are assured that SCORM compliant content will work seamlessly with ANGEL LMS.

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 www.angellearning.com.

About ADL Initiative
The ADL Initiative, supported by the U.S. Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), is a collaborative effort among government, industry and academia to establish a distributed learning environment that facilitates the interoperability of e-learning tools and course content on a global scale. It sets forth a new paradigm to provide access to the highest quality education, training and performance aiding that can be tailored to individual needs and delivered cost-effectively, whenever and wherever it is required. For more information about the ADL Initiative, please visit www.adlnet.gov.

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