AMERICAN FORK, Utah–eLearning Brothers today announced that it has acquired privately held eLearningImages.com, an online library of eLearning images that focuses on people-images in the eLearning space. With this acquisition, the eLearning Brothers library has more than doubled the number of eLearning assets over the last 12 months. This purchase is a critical step in expanding the world’s largest eLearning library for CLOs, HR and training professionals, instructional designers, eLearning developers, K-12, Higher Ed and Corporate Universities.
“When we launched eLearning Brothers in 2009, we committed that we would provide our members with the deepest and broadest eLearning library on the planet. Last week, we purchased eLearningImages.com to accelerate the growth of our library,” said Shawn Ski Scivally, Co-Founder and Brother of eLearning Brothers.
“We embarked on a journey into the eLearning world to provide a high-quality offering that fills a market need—cutout-people that bring a human element to learning. This is accomplished on a much greater scale as part eLearning Brothers,” said Jed Knudsen, Founder of eLearningImages.com, a division of WebsiteTalkingHeads.com. (www.websitetalkingheads.com)
“The acquisition of assets from www.eLearningImages.com will play a key part in eLearning Brothers’ mission to make our customers into ‘eLearning Rockstars.’ The addition of these files will accelerate our efforts to serve the community through our ever-growing library in the years to come,” said Curtis Morley, President of eLearning Brothers.
The purchase adds images to the retail, business, professional services, medical and industrial lines. ELearning professionals can purchase access to a yearly, unlimited download subscription of over 35,000 eLearning assets by going to www.eLearningTemplates.com.
About eLearning Brothers
eLearning Brothers provides the planet’s largest, most interactive library of learning assets for rapid eLearning development. eLearning Brothers was founded in 2009 by two brothers who recognized the need to enable Awesome eLearning development with great-looking eLearning templates.
Curtis Morley, 801-796-2767