CyberLearning Labs Teams with German Distributor to Deliver ANGEL

May 5, 2004

Indianapolis, Ind. – May 4, 2004 – CyberLearning Labs, Inc., developer of ANGEL the open, flexible enterprise learning management system, announced today that it has entered a distribution agreement with Cylearn GmbH. The German company markets and services the English-language version of ANGEL and is adapting ANGEL for distribution to the German-speaking market in Germany and other parts of Europe.

Dr. Ulrich Traegner, a professor at Germany’s Fachhochschule Mannheim in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, has been active in the university’s ANGEL deployment and is a Cylearn co-founder. “Based on my observations of the effective utilization and acceptance of ANGEL at Fachhochschule Mannheim over the past two years and as a result of my evaluations of alternative CMS, I am enthusiastic to promote broad use of ANGEL in Germany and Europe,” said Dr. Traegner. “Cylearn will provide the same high quality ANGEL software and high level of service in Europe that is available in North America.”

“CyberLearning Labs looks forward to Cylearn GmbH making significant impact on the German and European education markets,” said Christopher Clapp, CyberLearning Labs president and CEO. “Our close association with Dr. Traegner through the ANGEL deployment at Fachhochschule Mannheim and the German business experience of Joachim Marder, Cylearn cofounder, make us confident Cylearn GmbH will be very successful in Europe.”

About CyberLearning Labs, Inc.
CyberLearning Labs, Inc. develops and markets, ANGEL, the enterprise learning management system that combines an open and flexible architecture with a complete set of easy-to-use features. The company grew out of the Advanced Research and Technology Institute at Indiana University after ANGEL was developed in the CyberLab of Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Now the fastest growing learning management system, ANGEL customers include Penn State University, Michigan State University, Kentucky Virtual University, Providence College, and TIAA-CREF. Visit the CyberLearning Labs website at