CT2Learn content.

The CT2Learn Evolved Learning System, the ELS, provides access to a dynamic and robust learning environment for the study of:

Criminal Justice

Content organized into nine major categories: Administration of Justice, Corrections, Investigations, Law & Procedure, Terrorism & Homeland Security, First Response, Policing & Security, Criminology, and Cybercrime.

Fire Fighting, EMS & First Response

Hazmat accident manuals, fire scene anatomy, fireground procedures, fire and life safety aspects of buildings, EMS, final reports on 9/11 building collapse, operations guides for major disasters and emergencies, et. al.

Academic and Career Skills

Resources to explore and practice the habits, skills, and attitude that are essential to being a successful student, a valued employee, and to achieving career advancement.

Professional Training

Rich, interactive and effective public safety and security training. Online courses and webinars for your ongoing professional development needs.

How much content is in CT2Learn's ELS?






Documents, Videos, Presentations


Managed Web Links

CT2Learn platform.

A superior alternative to the textbook.

Your content is presented within one easy-to-use, easy-to-navigate digital platform. Students pay for one low-cost subscription providing access to the entire system. Administrators and Instructors select pre-made course packs or choose individual items to incorporate into their own custom course. We can help integrate content within your school's existing infrastructure, too.

Who's behind CT2Learn's ELS?
Developing curriculum since 2005

Curriculum Technology is a full service academic resource for education and training, offering end-to-end development and consulting services. We develop academic and training programs, curricula and courses. We create instructional resources in all media, including custom books, eLearning, animation, audio/video and more. Unlike other publishers and curriculum development companies, at CT all work is conducted in the USA.

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Arizona State University Glendale Community College South Mountain Community College American Career College Wenatchee Valley College Rio Salado College Northern Arizona University Chandler Gilbert Community College

CT2Learn reviews.

What instructors are saying about CT2Learn's ELS:

I think given the flexibility of the delivery method it could be useful at all levels.
The CT2Learn system is extremely impressive and offers a huge variety of training and education options for both the student and the instructor.
I think it is an amazing idea and as a college professor I think this would be highly beneficial in all of our classrooms.
CT2Learn is the best available accommodation for students. Many students are limited to the amount of classes they can take due to the cost of books. For the small price of this site, it becomes more attractive to take more classes as the affordability cannot be matched. I highly recommend this site and feel all other academic disciplines should use it as a service to their students.
The books available through this program have met with requirements needed for the classes I have developed. It is important to me to minimize the financial burden on my students and yet, be able to provide them with modern and sound information. I have found this to be a valuable alternative for the classes I facilitate. Continuing the foundation of this textbook area is important.

I have recommended CT2Learn to fellow instructors and professional organizations I am associated with. I find the Immersion Zone and the Bookshelf to be very beneficial for professionals. Additionally, in a time when our students are struggling to attend class due to costs, efforts to provide excellent academic material at a reasonable rate is very important.

I also use the CT2Learn material presented in classrooms and online teaching environments when I speak to corporate businesses, schools, churches, and families, specifically information on identity theft, current events in policing, and community-oriented policing...