Giunti Labs’ NovaRes Receives Praise

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<p><strong>Surrey, England &mdash; Sept. 20</strong><br />Giunti Labs was named the most innovative technology demonstrator at the OpeniWorld (OiW) event in New Orleans recently. </p><p>The event, which was organized by OKI, followed the annual MERLOT conference.</p><p>&ldquo;Giunti Labs&rsquo; NovaRes product attracted great interest from industry colleagues and from potential collaborators among the vendors at the event,&rdquo; said Stephan Thieringer, Giunti Labs COO for North America.<br /><br />The OiW committee selected eight software systems for evaluation, from organizations such as Apple, the University of Washington and the National Autonomous University of Mexico, as well as Giunti Labs. </p><p>These products addressed the key issues of shareable and transparent identity management, easy and personal course information management, platform-independent learning, and convenient and ubiquitous access to online content.<br /><br />The Giunti Labs&rsquo; NovaRes demonstrator impressed the OiW judges and attendees alike with its use of interoperability specifications to enhance learning by blending standards based mobile learning in the real world with learning experiences in virtual worlds.<br /><br />Imagine being able to place images from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston on the walls of a virtual walk-through gallery. Giunti Labs didn&#39;t just imagine such a scenario &mdash; the company delivered it using learn eXact&rsquo;s LCMS technologies and OKI Osids-based extensions.<br /><br />At OiW, Giunti Labs The NovaRes Educational Resources Management demonstrator. which introduced delegates to Giunti Labs&rsquo; e-learning content management platform, learn eXact, extended with a multivendor service-orientated architecture. </p><p>NovaRes enables e-learning authors and publishers to integrate new generation mobile, virtual and rich media learning experiences within their streamline e-learning architectures.</p>

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