For Immediate Release – January 9, 2017
Muncie, Ind. – As classes begin this morning, students in Cynthia Marshall’s English 2100 class at Wright State University will be using Vizi’s English Composition lessons as their primary study resource. These students will join the thousands of students at Ball State University, Cedarville University, Indiana Wesleyan University, Jefferson College, McKendree University, Roosevelt University, St. Charles Community College, SUNY Sullivan, and the University of Scranton who have learned using Vizi’s online, interactive, multimodal alternative to traditional print textbooks. “We are excited to introduce Ms. Marshall and her students to our our highly interactive lessons in English Composition. Students read media well, and we deliver media-based content leveraging this literacy. We look forward to supporting the students and faculty at Wright State.” said Steve Davis, Vice President at Vizi.
Our purpose is to transform lives by making education more engaging. That is why we publish unique, online, interactive, multimodal texts. Designed for students in higher education, Vizi uses interactive simulations, games, animations, graphics, videos, and text to engage students in their studies. Vizi is used in all types of classrooms, whether traditional, flipped or online. Independent laboratory research confirms the transformative results of Vizi’s media-driven, multimodal focus – improving results by as much as three letter grades.
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Steve Davis, Vice President