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March 7, 2002

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The UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering announced today that LearningFramework has joined the School's Corporate Affiliates Program (CAP), a service to build partnerships between the university and industry.

"Our participation in CAP demonstrates our sincere desire to interact with others in the local business and academic community in order to best understand common challenges to create desired outcomes that deliver value," says Brian Kenner, CEO and president of LearningFramework, and UCSD alumnus. "CAP brings together a rich community of experts that ensures that this can happen."

"The Jacobs School is pleased to have an industry leader like LearningFramework in CAP. Their contributions to online learning and software technologies play an important role in empowering and enlightening today's diverse workforce," says Robert Conn, dean of the Jacobs School.

About the Jacobs School Corporate Affiliates Program
The Corporate Affiliates Program office at the Jacobs School of Engineering helps member companies meet faculty who have related research interests, provides specialized access to students for company human resource needs, helps coordinate student internship opportunities, and provides a forum for industry to communicate its needs and to help set education and research directions. The program continues to grow in magnitude and now has over 50 member companies. For more information on CAP visit, or contact Kelly Briggs ( at 858-534-2329.

About LearningFramework
LearningFramework provides public and private sector organizations with an online learning software infrastructure to build knowledge and increase individual and group performance through continuous learning. For more information, call 888-357-9718 or connect to

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