iLearning, Inc. CTO Speaks at Congressional e-Learning Conference

September 12, 2001

iLearning, Inc., a premiere provider of web-based training and communication solutions, is participating in a briefing on Capitol Hill today about e-learning and its benefits to the private and public sectors.

iLearning’s chief technology officer, Jack Lee, will be among the presenters at the Hart Senate Office Building this afternoon.

Sponsored by the Internet Caucus Advisory Committee, with support from the International Internet Learning Association (IILA), the half-day conference will include three expert panels covering K-12, higher education and workforce training. Mr. Lee will represent iLearning on the workforce training and development panel at 4 p.m. and will provide demonstrations of iLearning’s unique products and services at the cocktail reception and e-learning technology fair from 5-7 p.m.

The Workforce Training Panel will explore the opportunities that exist to use e-learning in retaining skilled workers, a growing concern among American businesses. Panelists will discuss the advantages of e-learning as well as ways to optimize technology in order to gain the greatest benefits.

As corporations seek ways to decrease training costs and time, while insuring quality of training and speed to market with critical information, companies like iLearning are providing online solutions. From providing a portal for dissemination of training and corporate communications to development of certification courses or conversion of existing materials, iLearning is one of the few companies addressing all three elements of e-learning – Content, Technology and Services.

About iLearning, Inc.

iLearning, Inc. provides innovative web-based knowledge service solutions for businesses and organizations. iLearning’s products are customized to meet each customer’s knowledge management needs. iLearning’s flagship product, the iPlatform, is a dynamic, highly scalable portal server technology used by organizations for varying knowledge management strategies including educational commerce, professional development, product channel communication, sales training and corporate communication. The iPlatform utilizes proprietary technology to deliver multimedia quality streaming video content to any computer with a 28.8 modem. iLibrary offers customized, vendor-approved courses covering business skills, project management, IT systems applications and certifications. iLearning investors include Sylvan Ventures (NASDAQ: SLVN – news), the Chauncey Group (a subsidiary of Education Testing Services) and Sterling Capital. For more information, please visit or email