C. Blohm & Associates, Inc.
Brand Marketing Manager
Cincinnati, Ohio, January 29, 2009 - The leading educational search tool, netTrekker, is now aligned to provincial outcomes and expectations for nine additional Canadian provinces and territories, including Quebec, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Students and educators can now find safe, educator-selected digital resources in netTrekker that are tightly aligned to the Canadian K-12 curriculum.
netTrekker's safe and valuable digital resources are custom designed to help every child learn. netTrekker d.i offers fast and easy access to more than 300,000 educator-selected digital resources and has recently added over 4,000 new Canadian-specific sites to address curriculum needs and help facilitate lesson planning. Using netTrekker, educators can identify a particular outcome and expectation and then easily find a supporting resource to use with their students.
Louis Riel School Division, one of the largest in Manitoba with over 14,000 students, recently adopted netTrekker Now used by over 400 schools in twelve provinces and territories, netTrekker serves 122,000 Canadian students.
"We are thrilled about our continued expansion into Canada and our ability to align netTrekker to provincial outcomes and expectations for these additional provinces and territories," said Thinkronize CEO Randy Wilhelm. "The success of netTrekker in large provinces such as Ontario, British Columbia, and Alberta has been exciting and we are looking forward to continued growth."
netTrekker is dedicated to enhancing the learning environment by providing highly effective technologies that deliver rich educational content to students and teachers in a safe, relevant, easy-to-use format. The netTrekker product portfolio includes educational search tool, netTrekker Search and personalized student workspace solution, igotta. netTrekker also provides solutions focused on professional development, global services and print-to-digital transition of education agencies and publishers. Founded in 1999, netTrekker is widely recognized as the first standards-based educational search tool and is currently serves millions of students and is present in over 18,000 K-12 public and private schools across U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.