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ClearAlignment Announces Partnership with Towson University

Multiple programs at Towson University using ClearAlignment’s to design and improve their blended and online course offerings

Towson, Maryland – June 7, 2019 — Multiple departments at Towson University are using ClearAlignment for their online courses. These courses will serve students throughout Towson, beginning next semester. Professors will have access to ClearAlignment’s software and training immediately as they explore course creation and accreditation for new and existing class offerings.

“Our team is very excited to be able to partner with the professors and administrators at Towson. They have a great faculty and administration that really have a vision for what online and blended learning can be in the higher education space.” Dr. Sara Tarr, founder of ClearAlignment. “Most of the faculty we are working with are excited about the significant transforming their courses and gaining insights from our team.”

ClearAlignment converts conventional face-to-face courses into immersive online experiences, as well as aligns the courses with regional and professional accreditation standards. This is possible with ClearAlignment’s intelligent software and a dedicated team of instructional designers or “learning engineers” who share their desire to improve online education and improve the experience and outcomes for students and professors.

About ClearAlignment

ClearAlignment is an EdTech startup in the instructional design space. ClearAlignment’s product, Course Maps, transforms a syllabus into an intuitive design document for organizing the course in the school’s LMS.

About Towson University

Founded as a training school in 1865, Towson eventually became the first university in Maryland. Boasting over 100 graduate, undergraduate and certification programs, it now holds the reputation of being one of the top public universities in the USA.


Media Contact: Sage Hart


Learning Engineer, CEO


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