Aspen Learning Launches New Software for its OpenClassroom Servers

New Software Enhances 21st Century Skills and Learning And
Saves Time

WASHINGTON DC (NECC Conference) and PALO ALTO, Calif. –
June 29, 2009 – Aspen Learning, Inc, an education technology provider, today announced the availability of a new version of software for its OpenClassroom product line. The new software is based on feedback from educators and students over the last year and includes several improvements, such as:
  • Ability to embed video and audio into Wikis, Blogs, Forums and Assignments
  • Twitter-like announcements to easily and quickly post short messages for the entire class
  • Improved navigation to save time
  • Customizable Home Page
“Our teachers love the new features and interface design. We are particularly happy that they listened to our feedback and implemented many of the features we requested”, said Tom Plati, Director of Curriculum, Assessment & Technology at Hopedale Public Schools in Massachusetts.

Availability The new software (version 2.0) is available as a free update for existing customers. Details for new features and update instructions are available at

About Aspen Learning Aspen Learning, Inc. created OpenClassroom to enhance the development of 21st century skills and learning. It provides K-12 educators with an affordable, easy-to-use solution that combines intuitive, learning management tools with safe web 2.0 tools and personal storage space. Founded in 2007, the private company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. For more information, visit, or contact

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Media Contact:
Carleen LeVasseur
Aspen Learning Public Relations

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