CT2Learn invites you
to preview the
Evolved Learning System.
A superior alternative to the textbook.
Content is presented on one easy-to-use, easy-to-navigate digital platform. Students pay one low cost membership to access the entire system. Using simple links, you select which items you wish to incorporate into your course.
For less than the cost of one textbook, your students will participate in your subject matter in ways never before possible utilizing one convenient, relevant, engaging, and accessible platform.
Traditional textbook prices are higher than ever and we want to help! Adopt CT2Learn for your course or program. We will help you design each course using the content in our system. Students purchase one subscription to be used for all their CJ courses. They no longer have to buy multiple textbooks for multiple courses. Students have access to all the resources on the ELS platform. That currently includes 50 textbooks in e-Book format, 100 e-Lessons and over 900 documents, articles and videos.
At the heart of the ELS is great content. By adopting the ELS for your course, you receive immediate access to a growing list of complete ebook texts. So you can choose from a single book or multiple books for your course reading assignments. Your adoption of the ELS also gives you additional resources to enrich your course:
The ELS also contains "instructor eyes only" text ancillaries so developing your online or on-ground course is a breeze. Want help? Utilize CT2Learn's team of instructional designers to help you every step of the way.
As an introduction to the Ct2Learn ELS, we provide organized "Course Packs" that readily demonstrate the power and value of our system. Course packs combine primary reading sources with a deep wealth of ancillaries available for instructors and administrators. Course Pack ancillaries include lesson plans, teacher guides, video presentations, readings on current events, interactive activities, eLearning lessons, and more.
The Criminal Justice National Advisory Board brought together by Curriculum Technology for CT2Learn content serves multiple functions, including advising CT curriculum developers on the current trends in the various criminal justice professions that should be recognized in new course and program development. In addition, the board may function as an ad hoc advisory panel for public and private school organizations' regulatory compliance, program development, and career services efforts.
Retired Phoenix Police Commander (32 years); Glendale CC Chairperson for Administration of Justice Studies, Fire Science, Automotive, and EMT Disciplines. CT2Learn Early Adopter, Key Contributor, Interface Expert
Phoenix Police Department (Sergeant), CT2Learn Early Adopter, Subject Matter Expert, Key Contributor, Interface Expert
Instructional Design Expert, Northern Arizona University Assistant Clinical Professor, West Virginia State University Vice President and Chief of Staff, CT2Learn Early Adopter, Subject Matter Expert, Key Contributor
Vice President at Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Research and Curation, Instructional Design
Ashford University Program Chair for Law Enforcement Administration, Former Glendale Police Department (Sergeant), CT2Learn Early Adopter
Director of Protective Services, Arizona Dept. of Economic Security; Arizona State University Faculty
Ashford University Chair, Department of Justice Studies
Northern Arizona University Program Chair, Justice and Intelligence Studies
Professor, Northern Arizona University and Glendale Community College
Professor and Former Parole and Correctional Officer
Instructional Design, Cuyamaca College Associate Professor, Project Manager, International Development
Instructional Design, online learning researcher and presenter
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.