200,000 students to use .LRN at UNED

Madrid, June 2005, The Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), one of Spain's premier universities has joined the .LRN Consortium and is
moving their 200,000 students to the .LRN course management system.

UNED is Spain's "Open University" and serves approximately 200,000
students. Its mission is to provide distance education throughout
Spain and has a strong international presence with study centres in
Bata, Bern, Bonn, Brussels, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Lisbon, London
Malabo, Mexico D.F., Miami, Paris, Rosario, Sao Paulo and Tangeirs.
UNED also has a strong commitment to creating an "Ibero-American
university space" in Spanish and Portugese speaking countries
throughout the world.

Jesus G. Boticario, who serves in the Vice-Principal Office for
Innovation and Technological Development and is an Assoc. Professor in
Department of Artificial Intelligence at UNED, has agreed to serve on
the .LRN Board for a two-year term.

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Contributed by Rafael Calvo