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New Perspectives - Nov, 1999 Issue #63 

Contact: Stephen Gardner, VP Marketing & Sales
Tucson, Arizona
800-937-6682 x112

NovaNET Campus is a free online learning system available on the Internet.  NovaNET Campus transforms a personal computer into a personal tutor to provide individualized, self-paced instruction in a wide range of subjects from basic skills through high school coursework. It helps students excel while they gain confidence and enthusiasm about learning.   Campus is based on the NovaNET online learning system (www.novanet.com) which was developed specifically to meet the unique needs of students in a wide range of educational settings including alternative schools and residential treatment programs.  NovaNET was developed at the University of Illinois and reflects over 30 years of research.  Students can use Campus to improve their test scores, enhance comprehension and build self-esteem.  Campus’ integrated testing and assessment allows parents and teachers to follow their students’ or childrens’ success on an item-by-item basis. Because students work at their own pace, they are able to make dramatic learning improvements and gain confidence and enthusiasm about learning. An integrated management system tracks all student activity, and all scores and records are available instantly. To learn more about Campus or to set up a free account, visit the NovaNET web site.

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