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Posted October 12 , 2010
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Digital Educaiton

Desire2Learn Expands Mobile Web Offerings

Desire2Learn 2GO product family adds a brand new interface optimized for mobile browsing without downloading or installing an application

Kitchener-Waterloo - Desire2Learn Incorporated13 (Desire2Learn), a leading provider of mission-critical enterprise eLearning solutions, is expanding the Desire2Learn® 2GO14 suite of applications.

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Desire2Learn 2GO Mobile Web is a new set of mobile browser-optimized pages that enables students and faculty to take teaching and learning on the road. They stay connected - Anytime. Anywhere. Access will soon be available from mobile web browsers on iPhone™, Android™, in addition to BlackBerry® devices, without needing to download or install an application on smartphone or mobile devices.

Desire2Learn 2GO Mobile Web provides access to courses wherever the individual is located. Individuals can stay connected with their classes and on-top of their work. Getting caught-up on lessons whenever and wherever they like is quick and easy. Desire2Learn 2GO Mobile Web provides the freedom to work the way the Smartphone user wants to work.

"Mobile learning is a dynamic and rapidly growing component of eLearning," states John Baker, President & CEO, Desire2Learn. "Mobile learning applications like Desire2Learn 2GO enable learners to receive a well-rounded and rich learning experience around the clock and around the globe. We are committed to enhancing mobile offerings for our clients." Desire2Learn 2GO Mobile Web will be available with Desire2Learn Learning Suite 9.1 being launched Tuesday, October 12.

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