Pearson Education Signs Agreement with CyberLearning Labs

July 1, 2004

ndianapolis, Ind. – June 30, 2004 – CyberLearning Labs, Inc., developer of ANGEL the open, flexible enterprise learning management system, today announced an agreement with Pearson Education, the global leader in educational publishing. The alliance formalizes Pearson Education’s commitment to provide content in ANGEL format to ANGEL customers.

ANGEL format content will be available in all the Pearson Education Higher Education imprints, including Addison Wesley, Prentice Hall, Longman, Allyn & Bacon, and Benjamin Cummings. ANGEL provides a complete set of easy-to-use teaching and learning features that are open to adaptation, delivering the learning content, resources, and technologies that best fit its users’ needs.

“As demand for Pearson Education content increases, providing content formatted for the ANGEL system is one more way we can provide our customers added valued in the form most convenient to them,” said Ray Henderson, president, Central Media Group, Pearson Education.

CyberLearning Labs diligently seeks to forge relationships that complement our superior products and services,” said Christopher Clapp, CyberLearning Labs president and CEO. “Our alliance with Pearson benefits ANGEL customers now and will serve their evolving needs.”

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

About Pearson Education
Educating 100 million people worldwide, Pearson Education is the global leader in educational publishing. With brands such as Pearson Prentice Hall, Pearson Longman, Pearson Addison Wesley, and many others, Pearson Education provides quality content, assessment tools and educational services in all available media, spanning the learning curve from birth through college and beyond.

Pearson Education is part of Pearson (NYSE: PSO), the international media company. Pearson’s primary operations also include the Financial Times Group and the Penguin Group.

Nancy Schmutzler
CyberLearning Labs, Inc

Rod Granger
Pearson Education