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The ComputED Gazette Selects ‘it’s learning’ as 2010 BESSIE Award Winner

Burlington, MA – May 4, 2010 – After a comprehensive judging process, The ComputED Gazette chose it’s learning, a new to the U.S. market individualized learning platform for K-12 and higher education, as an award recipient for the 16th Annual Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIE Awards). it’s learning won in the Learning Platform category.

“The recognition of our first BESSIE Award suggests that our individual learning platform will have a powerful impact on both teaching and learning in American schools,” said Jon Bower, President of it’s learning, inc. “Our platform provides uniquely easy-to-use tools and resources to deliver personalized learning experiences. When we provide a platform for educators that allows them to individualize instruction, we expect that their students will become more engaged and achieve greater academic success.”

The BESSIE Awards target innovative and content-rich programs and websites that provide parents and teachers with the technology to foster educational excellence. Winners are selected from titles submitted by publishers around the world. “We are very pleased to announce it’s learning as a winner in this year’s award program. Our organization provides the finest computer education services and product recommendations for students and educators and we believe that it’s learning has proven itself as a stand-out product,” said Marie Karr, Editor of ComputED Gazette.

A complete list of the 2010 BESSIE Award Winners can be found at http://computedgazette.com/page5.html. For more information about it’s learning, visit www.itslearning.net.

About it’s learning
Since 1999, the company has provided it’s learning – The Individual Learning Platform™ to European clients in K-12 and higher education. In order to provide more effective service to North American schools and universities, in the spring of 2009 it added a North American headquarters in Burlington, Massachusetts. In additional to its global headquarters in Bergen, Norway, the company has offices in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany, and France. Investing in the future of education, in 2009, it’s learning dedicated more than 40 percent of its revenue to the design and development of its products. The company’s goals are to offer the best learning platform and related services worldwide and to be the most innovative organization within the education market.
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