Virginia Tech Executes Master Agreement with CyberLearning Labs

April 14, 2004

CyberLearning Labs, Inc., developer of ANGEL the open, flexible enterprise learning management system, announced today that it has signed a master agreement with Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Any state college or university, state agency, independent non-profit college or university, or K-12 school system in the Commonwealth of Virginia can license ANGEL under the agreement.

“CyberLearning Labs has demonstrated a willingness to work with us in an exceptionally effective manner,” said John D. Krallman, Virginia Tech director of information technology acquisitions. “We look forward to working with them in the future.”

”CyberLearning Labs sees a growing body of users adopting ANGEL in Virginia, the nation, and elsewhere,” said Christopher Clapp, CyberLearning Labs president and CEO. “We commend Virginia Tech for its foresight in creating a master agreement.”

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