I.O. Technologies and Cal Poly announce first collaborative on-line course
Press release from the issuing company
LAS VEGAS, NV (June 24, 2003) – I.O. Technologies and the Graphic Communication Institute (GrCI) of California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) announced today availability of their first collaborative effort in on-line education. CtP (Computer-to-Plate) for the Newspaper Professional is an in-depth on-line interactive training program delivered through the ollé on-line learning environment from I.O. Technologies. The course is based on a successful seminar/workshop recently offered at Cal Poly.
“We felt that Computer-to-Plate was a natural place for us to test our ability to work together,” said Harvey Levenson, Department Head, Graphic Communication Department. “We are extremely pleased with the results and are already collaborating further with I.O. Technologies,” continued Levenson.
“We are very excited about our relationship with Cal Poly,” said Eric Kenly, CEO of I.O. Technologies. “The Graphic Communication Institute provides a new dimension to our ollé™ AuthorNet and grows our policy of only working with the finest subject matter experts in their fields,” continued Kenly.
The new course, priced at an affordable $99.95 is available through both the ollé Web site at www.olle.com and through the Graphic Communication Institute (GrCI) Web site at http://grci.calpoly.edu. The course is also offered with a Certificate of Completion from I. O. Technologies, supported by the Graphic Communication Institute at Cal Poly, for $124.95. “The ollé™ on-line learning environment provided the dynamic environment we were looking for,” said Steve Godin, GrCI’s Director. “It was easier then we thought to get the content on-line and make use of our subject matter expertise,” continued Godin.
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