New Mountain Learning

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New Mountain Learning, LLC
Industry Publishing
Founded 2012
Headquarters 875 Montreal Way, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102
Key people Eric Cantor (Chairman and CEO)
Peter Esposito (Group President)
Joy Hoppe (Vice President and CFO)
Mick Demakos (CDO)
Parent Wicks Group
Website newmountainlearning.com

New Mountain Learning, LLC is a privately held[1] corporation founded in 2012[2] and headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota. EMC publishes educational textbooks and software, including supplements and assessment tools for PreK-12, post-secondary, workforce development, and religious education fields.

Corporate Organization[edit]

New Mountain Learning, LLC consists of five divisions:

PreK-12[edit]

EMC Publishing was founded in 1954,[3] and develops and produces PreK-12 textbook programs in world languages,[2] business education, literature and language arts, and social studies with supplementary and multimedia materials.[4]

Post-secondary[edit]

Paradigm Publishing specializes in post-secondary publishing, offering textbook programs in computer technology, health careers, biotechnology, accounting, business technology, distance learning, and career management with supplementary and multimedia materials.[4][5]

Workforce development[edit]

JIST Publishing (Job Information, Seeking and Training),[6] has award-winning[7][8] materials on job-search, career exploration, occupational information, life skills, and character education. Founded by James Michael Farr[9] in 1981[10] and acquired by EMC in 2007.[11]

Application/programming[edit]

Lawrenceville Press is a publisher of computer application and programming textbooks.[12] Founded in 1981[12] and acquired by EMC in 2007.[13]

Religious Education[edit]

CFM Publishing, the religious education division of New Mountain Learning [14] consists of two publishers:

Products[edit]

Snap (stylized as "SNAP"[19]) consists of the following web-based training and assessment learning management software: Keyboarding Online Labs; Snap 2013 (for Microsoft Office 2013) Snap 2010 (for Microsoft Office 2010); Snap 2007 (for Microsoft Office 2007); and Snap 2003 (for Microsoft Office 2003).

EMC Languages (EMCL) is a language program scheduled for release in 2014.[20] According to their website, it is "a dynamic learning environment designed to drive educator effectiveness and student fluency in K-12 and post-secondary world language classrooms."[21] A collaboration with the University of Minnesota, students will use video platforms to demonstrate their skills through assessments and discussions via webcam.[20]

Users[edit]

Below is a selection of academic institutions that use New Mountain Learning materials:

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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  13. ^ "EMC/Paradigm Publishing acquired Lawrenceville Press Inc". MandAsoft.com. Retrieved July 17, 2012. 
  14. ^ "THE WICKS GROUP OF COMPANIES, L.L.C. Forms New Mountain Learning". Retrieved June 24, 2013. 
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  19. ^ "Snap 2013 product page". Retrieved May 22, 2013. 
  20. ^ a b Coutré, Lydia (24 June 2013), "On campus beat: University of Minnesota, EMC team up to teach world languages", Star Tribune (Minneapolis), retrieved 25 June 2013 
  21. ^ "Discover. Expand. Perform.". Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
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  26. ^ "Course outline". kirkwood.edu. Retrieved July 27, 2012. 
  27. ^ "Syllabus". csit.parkland.edu. Retrieved July 27, 2012. 
  28. ^ "Software Requirements for Winter 2012". schoolcraft.edu. Retrieved July 27, 2012. 
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