Educational services provider Desire2Learn inked three partnership deals to enhance the functionality and operability of their products. The new partnerships will allow the company to offer users over 30,000 e-textbooks, as well as increased feature sets.
Desire2Learn’s agreement with plagiarism prevention firm Turnitin will allow the company to upgrade their grading tool with drag-and-drop and voice comments. Desire2Learn also signed an agreement with Cengage Learning which will allow the incorporation of Cengage’s software architecture into Desire2Learn’s programs.
A partnership agreement with CourseSmart will allow Desire2Learn to provide users with access to over 30,000 e-textbooks and digital course materials and will streamline the process for adding materials to a course.
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