OpenBook

OpenBook

OpenBook's learning management system (lms) is designed to help educators build and deliver online courses in faster time.

OpenBook has leveraged the latest in web 2.0 trends and standards with rich media support and intuitive drag and drop interfaces. The company offers turnkey hosted and customized local installation services along with a full API & plug-in interface.

Company Info

HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2012
Employees
10
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