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ISU announces partnership with InfoSource Learning

November 7, 2007
ISU Marketing and Communications

InfoSource Learning, a leading provider of education solutions, announced today a partnership of its “How To Master” Learning Management System (LMS) with Idaho State University (ISU). InfoSource Learning’s online solution enables ISU to provide over 430 courses with immediate availability. Through individualized assessments and prescriptive training, learners will now be able to take their education one step further with courses that fit in line with their busy schedules.

InfoSource Learning’s “How To Master” online training libraries cover areas such as Microsoft Suite; including Excel, Word, Powerpoint, and Access, as well as programs such as QuickBooks. The courseware features a content-rich environment of interactive, self-paced learning and testing, built on the premise that people “learn-by-doing.”  By training in simulated software environments, learners gain experience, retain information, and increase productivity.

Joseph Fleishman, Director of Workforce Training at Idaho State University said, “We are excited about this new partnership. We realize the fastest growing segment of higher education is in web-based instruction. Our new partnership with InfoSource significantly increases our capacity to provide quality educational programming to residents of eastern Idaho. With the addition of InfoSource and the new 430 web-based courses, quality education programming is now available to our students in the convenience of their own home or office.”

About InfoSource Learning

InfoSource Learning, in business since 1983, is a developer and turnkey custom solution provider of high-quality Web-based training (WBT), computer-based training (CBT), and instructor-led training (ILT) for the education, corporate and government training markets. The company’s How to Master family of products covers PC applications, professional development skills, and technology integration training. In addition to its Web-delivered learning services, electronic training materials, and printed books, InfoSource Learning also develops, maintains, and markets a unique Content Authoring Tool (CAT) and Learning Management System (LMS).

To learn more about training solutions from InfoSource Learning, please call (208) 282-3372, or visit http://workforcetraining.isu.edu.


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