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Macmillan Acquires Intellus Learning to Optimize How Colleges Use Digital Content

Jan 19, 2017

INTELLUS LEARNING, a platform that aims to help higher-ed institutions find, evaluate and align digital content with learning objectives, has been acquired by Macmillan Learning. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded in 2011 (then known as Ace Learning), the Los Altos, Calif.-based startup claims to have indexed more than 50 million online learning resources. The company counts the California State University and University of Texas systems among its customers.

“This partnership will facilitate the alignment of teaching objectives with administrative goals and student preferences, while not sacrificing quality instruction or diminishing student outcomes,” Macmillan Learning CEO Ken Michaels said in the prepared announcement.

Edtech Business

Macmillan Acquires Intellus Learning to Optimize How Colleges Use Digital Content

Jan 19, 2017

INTELLUS LEARNING, a platform that aims to help higher-ed institutions find, evaluate and align digital content with learning objectives, has been acquired by Macmillan Learning. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded in 2011 (then known as Ace Learning), the Los Altos, Calif.-based startup claims to have indexed more than 50 million online learning resources. The company counts the California State University and University of Texas systems among its customers.

“This partnership will facilitate the alignment of teaching objectives with administrative goals and student preferences, while not sacrificing quality instruction or diminishing student outcomes,” Macmillan Learning CEO Ken Michaels said in the prepared announcement.

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