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Xyleme to Host Webinar on Scalable Learning Content Delivery

The Princeton Review to Demonstrate Key Role of Learning Content Management System in Learning Strategy

BOULDER, CO--(Marketwired - July 03, 2014) - "The Princeton Review: A case study in scalable learning content delivery" webinar on July 10th at 11:00am MDT will outline the fundamental considerations anyone designing learning content and online experiences must make in order to deliver effective, adaptive and personalized learning.

The webinar features two leaders in the learning industry -- Michael Bleyhl, VP of Product Technology at The Princeton Review and Mark Hellinger, CEO at Xyleme. Attendees will learn about The Princeton Review's unique business challenges, key integration strategies, and success incorporating single-source content development along with secure, scalable delivery from the cloud. Bleyhl will also discuss his vision for the future of personalized online learning. 

Furthermore, this webinar will cover:

1) The role of the Learning Content Management System (LCMS) in the overall solution architecture

2) The future directions of online learning enabled by the right technology foundation

To learn about Xyleme LCMS, email [email protected] to set up a demo.

Xyleme, Inc. is the leader in standards-based learning content management solutions that enable single-source publishing of training content across all print, online and mobile formats. Their latest innovation is used deliver personalized learning from the cloud. The built-in "Tin Can" Learning Record Store captures all learner activities and includes rich Analytic Dashboards and open API.

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