Adaptive learning platform Knewton announced a partnership with Sanoma Learning, a leading European learning company.
Sanoma Learning, which is part of the Finnish consumer media company Sanoma, has education publishers in the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Poland, and Sweden.
Sanoma Learning will first integrate the Knewton API in upcoming products of Dutch publisher Malmberg with first products planned to be available in the Netherlands in 2015 following rigorous field-testing.
“The partnership with Knewton supports Sanoma’s mission of helping pupils and teachers to achieve excellent learning outcomes. We can soon create a new generation of personalised learning solutions built on Knewton’s state-of-the-art technology platform.”
states John Martin, CEO of Sanoma Learning in the press release.
Knewton just recently announced a partnership with Sebit, a multinational elearning and publishing company owned by Türk Telekom that will eventually bring Knewton’s technology to markets across Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
Sanoma Learning just teamed up with Nokia and Microsoft to bring its media rich eBooks to Microsoft Windows 8.1 mobile devices. Under this partnership Sanoma, Nokia and Microsoft will develop a comprehensive digital learning package for the next school year to high school students in Finland including a Nokia tablet, Sanoma’s eBooks and Microsoft software.
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