The pioneering efforts of Brisbane software developer WebRaven has attracted attention from overseas, with a US education centre selecting its online training model for the first state-sponsored classes over the Internet.
Advanced Academics chose WebRaven's dynamic online training system (DOTS) over 60 competitive products worldwide and Advanced Academics chief education officer Gary Gallagher has hailed it "the best product in the world for this delivery market".
The DOTS software will be used as the core curriculum for the online learning program, which is being introduced into high schools in Oklahoma City.
DOTs is built around a traditional academic curriculum with added administration components to allow educational institutions and tutors to control enrolment, create and edit course content, build tests and e-mail performance results.
The application is built into WebRaven's Web application management system, a corporate intranet/extranet system which allows users to interact and manage information across multiple offices, departments and user groups.