United States Department of Justice Implements Learn2’s E-Learning Solution In Combination With Instructor Led Training

February 26, 2002

Learn2 Corporation (Nasdaq: LTWC), an interactive multimedia e-learning services provider, today announced the addition of the Department of Justice to its roster of Government customers. This enterprise-wide solution will benefit 10,000 users within the Executive Office for United States Attorneys (EOUSA). This includes 93 United States District Attorneys Offices representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Learn2’s Office Plus Library, L2001 will be implemented and introduced to the EOUSA employees in March.

The agreement that the EOUSA’s Office of Legal Education (OLE) signed with Learn2 Corporation will grant the United States Attorneys access to online training via Learn2university (www.learn2university.com). Learn2university is a web-based training solution that provides users with instantaneous access to interactive, multimedia (audio, graphic animation and text) courseware across the Internet regardless of bandwidth limitations. The users will have unlimited access to widely used business applications such as Office XP, Windows 2000, & 97. Learn2’s online courseware will supplement OLE’s state-of-the-art training and legal education program at the National Advocacy Center (NAC) located in Columbia, South Carolina. In addition to hosting guest attorneys in South Carolina the NAC uses a satellite system to broadcast training. As part of the new blended learning approach that NAC has adopted through this solution, Learn2 will introduce the online courses to the users nationally via their satellite system.

OLE’s intent is to offer the Executive Office of US Attorneys cutting edge ways to obtain the training they require. This combination of instructor led training along with online courses will round out their education program. Learn2’s online courses enable their users the freedom to obtain training on their own schedule so that the time at the NAC center is used more effectively. Learn2’s courseware is fully interactive, contains multi-media effects and can run smoothly on a connection as slow a 28.8 mbps.

“We are pleased to provide our learning services to the Department of Justice,” stated Robert “Bo” Ewald, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Learn2. “Our courseware and learning tools can operate independently, they can “plug and play” with other vendor’s systems, and they can be combined with instructor led programs to deliver the most effective learning environment for the student. This agreement is another step in support of our mission to become business and government’s preferred interactive multi-media e-learning partner.”

Additionally the Learn2 hosted solution will provide the Department of Justice assessment capabilities, course tracking, and employee progress reports. The blended learning approach utilizes a co-branded Learn2university site, created to meet the training needs unique to the Department of Justice. Learn2 looks forward to working with the Office of Legal Education and strives to earn the right to be a trusted “effective-learning” partner.

About Learn2

Learn2 Corporation is driven to be business and governments’ preferred partner offering interactive multimedia e-learning solutions for their employees and customers. Learn2 provides effective online and CD-ROM training in: end-user desktop applications, professional Information Technology (IT) software and business skills. Learn2 also partners with clients to design customized proprietary or industry specific content. Learn2’s engaging courseware features content from leading subject matter experts, sound instructional design, low bandwidth capability due to our patented delivery platform, StreamMakerâ, and support of industry standards. Learn2 is a complete interactive learning solution provider and our learning programs including tracking, administration and support services. For more information please call 1-888-339-8898 or visit www.learn2.com.