iLearn, which opened its first new branch in the U.S. in September, is the largest independent learning center in the world.
iLearn is the only nonprofit, educational provider that offers online learning to people with disabilities, as well as for people who are blind.
The company says its platform is open and accessible to all.
The iLearn platform offers a broad range of learning materials for people with learning disabilities, including reading, writing, math, and music.
iLearn has a presence in over 200 schools and more than 10 million students.
Its mission is to help individuals with learning and speech disabilities learn.
“We are thrilled to expand our reach with the iLearning Learning Center,” said iLearn CEO Steve Ritchie.
“We believe that our technology is the key to unlocking the potential of learning for all and helping those who can’t afford a traditional education.” iLearning’s platform is available on iPad and iPhone, but the company plans to expand its offerings to other devices.
As a nonprofit organization, iLearn offers programs for people living with learning difficulties and those who have disabilities, said Ritchie, who also serves as president of iLearn for People with Learning Disabilities.
A video that explains the iFind Learning Center, which is now open, shows students learning with an app on their iPads.
In the video, students are taught how to use a touchscreen, use the iSearch app to search for and discover content, and use the Find My Phone app to find and record audio.
The app also includes a feature called “tapping to play,” which enables students to tap their iPads for audio without actually playing.
While iLearn’s platform offers all of its materials to anyone with learning problems, iFind is not yet open to the public, Ritchie said.
Teachers who work in the iSchool, iLearning, iSchool Plus, iTeacher, iWorkshop, iSafeguard, and iSchool of Learning centers have access to iLearn products, Ritzer said.
The iSchools offer the iTeachers iLearn-ready course materials, which include a video that describes the iShop and iHelp app, a short story that explains iLearn and an audio tutorial for teachers.
Other iTeaches, iWorkers, iLabers, and IHAB programs are also available.
iWorkshops have a free video course, iHelp for Learning, and a short audio tutorial, Ritz said.
iSchool programs include iTeaching for Learning and iLearn Lab for Learning.
Ritzer said iLearning has an app for iOS that allows teachers to review and review the videos and audio.
It is also available for Mac and Windows.
More information on iLearn can be found on ilearn.com.