Let Me Learn Launches Two New Websites

Glassboro, NJ 04/06/2016. –

Today, Let Me Learn launches two new websites to provide targeted answers to the kinds of questions people ask when striving to understand themselves as learners.

From its revitalized flagship website (www.letmelearn.org), Let Me Learn breaks down its site into target audiences and provides solutions for students (K-12 and Higher Ed), teachers, parents, homeschoolers, and the working adult. The new site connects Let Me Learn’s materials and other solutions to the problems faced by struggling students, stretched teachers, stressed parents, and surviving employees.

Let Me Learn continues its on-site instruction in the Let Me Learn Process®, but the new main website expands LML’s ability to provide instructional videos and webcasts for those who prefer to learn at their own pace, as well as digital versions of its publications. New digital resources will be developed over the course of the next twelve months. Since LML began with a strong research foundation, visitors to either site will still find dissertations, conference presentations, and case studies to provide more in-depth information.

Let Me Learn’s workplace-focused website, www.letmelearnsolutions.com, provides LML-based solutions for both those looking for work and those striving to improve their current employment status. These solutions evolved from a unique implementation of the Let Me Learn Process® in manufacturing 15 years ago, as well as recent work with displaced workers and veterans for three years.

Let Me Learn, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and has reached over 400,000 students in 75 K-12 schools in the U.S. and 25 colleges and universities on four continents, since 1994, through the Let Me Learn Process®, a trademarked advanced learning system. For over 20 years, people of all ages have demonstrated that when they use the Let Me Learn Process® they can perform better in school and in the workplace because they have a way to communicate with their peers as well as teachers/supervisors using a common vocabulary.