Dec. 10, 2012
W.W. Norton & Company Inc.
announced today a partnership to deliver
's digital content, homework and assessments for college classes through Moodleroom's Moodle-based platform, Joule. The new combined offering will be sold and marketed by
Moodle's open source flexibility and interoperability will allow
to achieve a number of customizations to fit their vision for a robust, combined client offering.
chose to work with Moodlerooms, a premier Moodle partner, because of the company's top quality service and cloud-based delivery model that supports scalability.
currently publishes a suite of digital learning products in a host of disciplines, as well as its proprietary homework system SmartWork.
"The product vision at Moodlerooms aligns perfectly with our editorial strategy. Their attention to detail and the quality of their execution makes Moodlerooms the perfect partner for us," said
, vice president and director of digital strategy at W. W. Norton. "Moodlerooms, in Joule, has made very smart customizations to the open source Moodle platform so it made sense to start there for our next generation learning system."
"We're thrilled to partner with
to enable delivery of their digital content," said Tami Bonnett-Admi, Executive Director of Learning Solutions and Client Development at Moodlerooms. "Because of Moodlerooms's commitment to service, open standards and community development, we can provide a learning platform that grows with
and helps them serve college students in new ways."
Moodlerooms is an education technology company dedicated to bringing excellent online teaching to institutions across the globe. We serve colleges and universities, schools and organizations by supporting the software that educators use to manage and deliver instructional content to learners in virtual classrooms. Headquartered in
, MD, Moodlerooms is a proud Moodle Partner company that regularly contributes to the development and evolution of the open-source Moodle community. For more information, visit