Startup Licenses University of Arizona Libraries Learning Platform
From the University of Arizona:
Inventors at the University of Arizona Libraries have developed an e-learning platform that allows users to create easy-to-build tutorials, teaching users how to use website-based tools. The system, originally created to teach students how to use complex library databases, has now been licensed to startup Sidecar Learning.
The startup team, consisting of company co-founders Jason Dewland and Yvonne Mery, worked with Tech Launch Arizona, or TLA – the office of the UA that commercializes inventions stemming from the work of University faculty and staff – to mature, strategize and license the technology into the company.
“With this platform,” Dewland says, “anyone can create a tutorial and turn the World Wide Web into an interactive classroom.”
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