Eduspark To Deliver ELL Content via Internet


Eduspark this month signed a deal with multimedia delivery provider BroadRamp to provide its content for English language learners (ELL) over the Internet. Eduspark provides dual-language immersive education programs for K-8 and previously delivered its content through instructional DVDs. With the new deal, most of the company's content will also come through the Internet.

Eduspark's content support K-2 programs, as well as science in elementary and middle schools. For its part, aside from delivery, BroadRamp will develop an online portal where educators can access the material from any location and get technical support and training.

According to BroadRamp, this will allow Eduspark to develop a subscription-based service. The company said it anticipates that educators will be able to access the online service for the 2007-2008 school year.

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