AHA! interactive Launches Collaborative Learning Units

December 2000
Electronic Education Report;12/20/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 24, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Chicago, Illinois-based AHA! Interactive has released collaborative learning units which marks the firm's entry into the online education market.


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