Q. What is the current version of Learn one?
Version 1.2 is scheduled for release on July 31, 2004. All previous versions will be retired August 30, 2004.

Q. Who can purchase Learn One?
Learn One can be purchases by charter schools with students who are working from home and home school families that are members of a participating Home School Network (HSN). To get a complete list of participating Schools, and Home School Networks, contact one of our Site Licensing Consultants @ 1-800-858-WORD X 302.

Q. What are the advantages of Learn One?
Learn One provides the student with access to WordSmart's complete learning library at a fraction of the cost of the commercial product.

Q. What kind of report do I receive monthly?
Your customized monthly report contains a review of the learning modes your student has used, their current WordSmart Vocabulary level and tips on how they can continue their success. Click Here to view a sample report.

Q. How does the program look?
Click Here to view screen shots.

Q. How does program work?
Click here to try the online demo.

Q. Who is currently using Learn One?
To get a complete list of participating schools, and Home School Networks (HSN), contact one of our Site Licensing Consultants @ 1-800-858-WORD X 302.

Q. Do I have to have Internet access to use Learn One?
Yes, although a full time connection is not necessary. You will need to connect to the Internet to register, add and delete users. You also will need to connect to the Internet once a week to synchronize your data with the data on the Internet. Every Friday, the program will try to connect with the Internet to send data to the Learn One Server. You will not be able to use the program until the data is synchronized with the Learn One Database.
If you cannot log on to the program on Friday, it will attempt to synchronize data the next time you use the program. Again, you will not be able to use the program until the data is synchronized with the Learn One Database.

Q. Do I have to be connected to the Internet while using Learn One?
Other than the times mentioned above, you do not have to be connected to the Internet to use the Learn One Program.

Q. Can more than one person in a household use Learn One at the same time?
While more than one student in each household can be enrolled on the Learn One program, only one student can use the program.

 

If you do not find the answer to your questions above,
please feel free to call 1-800-858-WORD x 302