Knowledge Navigators International Launches "MyLearningPlace"
Leading Edge Technology Provides Personal Space on the Web for Lifelong Collaborative Learning.
Knowledge Navigators International (www.knav.com), an Internet education infrastructure company, has launched MyLearningPlace, a unique, personal place on the Web for lifelong learning in a collaborative environment.
MyLearningPlace (www.mylearningplace.com) is a new way to collect, create, and share information on the Web. MyLearningPlace helps people find best of breed training and education on the Web. Users have their own personal place on the Web with the building blocks for lifelong learning - connecting and collaborating with other people, taking courses about topics that are important to them, and storing and sharing relevant documents and links.
MyLearningPlace users organize information into Topics. Each Topic integrates a virtual library; personal information; relationships with friends; colleagues, and experts, and courses… all controlled by the user.
"The power of MyLearningPlace starts when the user creates his/her own Topics and invites friends and colleagues to join the Topic. It's like inviting someone into your home or office to work with you or share an interest." noted Ewart Newton, Knowledge Navigators CEO. "At Knowledge Navigators our technology focuses on place, identity and relationships that enable an individual to move to the new, dynamic, and flexible practices of online learning."
"Through MyLearningPlace, Knowledge Navigators promotes its vision to orient the Web's vast learning resources around individual learners," said Dr. Hal Richman, President. "Increasingly, the Internet is about us and our human identities. Managing, using, and protecting personal information is a central requirement for individuals and organizations to do business, interact and exist online. MyLearningPlace meets this need."
Mark Cavender, Internet Marketing Strategist at The Chasm Group, San Mateo, CA remarked, "Knowledge Navigators has the best vision and approach to personal places on the Web. Personal sites and services available today are only the starting point for personalization on the Web. MyLearningPlace takes personalization to another level."