Thursday, May 31, 2007

New FREE Course at LatitudeU: Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Applying UML 2.0

The FREE course Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Applying UML 2.0 has been added to LatitudeU's course catalog.

The material in this FREE course is part of a 5-day Instructor Led Training course. This course explains the principles and terminology of object-oriented development. It provides concepts to analyze and design systems using UML.

To learn more about the course click here.

LatitudeU Used in Over 100 Countries

Within 3 short weeks LatitudeU has reached a global audience from over 100 countries.

We are happy to have a global audience and have built LatitudeU with a global audience in mind. LatitudeU is capable of supporting any language, including double byte languages. Unfortunately, English is the only language our staff understands, so we need you help in translating the text. If you would like to volunteer to translate LatitudeU into any other language please click here to contact us.

And remember, eventhough the site text is in English, courses can be in any language. To upload a course to LatitudeU click here.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Free eLearning Hosting for All!

LatitudeU's Teach the World Initiative has been expand so that all members can load courses to LatitudeU for FREE.

Loading a course is easy. Simply submit a Course Set Up Form from the LatitudeU Teach page. Courses can be submitted in Microsoft PowerPoint, SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004 formats. During the course load process, courses submitted in the PowerPoint format will be converted by LatitudeU to the SCORM 2004 format before posting.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Initial Response to LatitudeU

LatitudeU was launched earlier this week with virtually no marketing or promotional activity and has already attracted an global following! The LatitudeU community comes from the US (50%), EU (25%), India (6%) and over twenty other countries (19%).

If you have any suggestions on how we can make LatitudeU a better learning environment, please post your ideas to the Member Wishlist on the LatitudeU Wiki

Thank you for your interest and support.

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

LatitudeU is Born!

On May 7, 2007 at 11:03pm was born. is Charting a New Course in Learning(tm)! is the world's first peer-to-peer learning environment. As LatitudeU evolves e-learning authors will be able to post their courses for free and share them with the global community.

To experience LatitudeU go to