1. What does ELS stand for?
    ELS stands for Evolved Learning System.
  2. How do I signup for CT2Learn?
    If you go to the Join Now page you can see all the information and options for membership. Alternatively, if a CT2Learn membership is required for a college course you are taking, you can purchase a membership in your school bookstore.
  3. How does the subscription work?
    It's very simple. CT2Learn offers multiple membership options, including 84 days, 140 days, or one year terms. You can enroll for as long as you need access to the system, with the longer plans offering better value. With all plans, you have access to all of the CT2Learn features and content for as long as your membership remains active. 
  4. I am a student enrolled in four classes that all use CT2Learn. Do I have to pay a subscription fee for each class or only pay for one membership?
    One of the huge benefits for students who are in programs that use CT2Learn for multiple courses is that one membership gives you access to all the books and other learning materials in platform. In this case, only one membership that will last for the duration of the courses is needed.
  5. Why provide such an awesome system?
    Books cost too much, and technology has enabled fresh ways to access content. Why should students have to pay $400 a semester on books?
  6. Does CT2Learn's Evolved Learning System (ELS) work on tablets?
    Yes. CT2Learn will work on any later generation computer, laptop, phone, or tablet that has an Internet connection.
  7. Is this OER? 
    Curriculum Technology is the publishing company behind CT2Learn. As such, the content in the ELS is a variety of materials created and published by Curriculum Technology, licensed products published by others, and open educational resources that we have curated over the years from a variety of organizations producing public domain materials.
  8. Are the materials copyright protected?
    Yes, many of the materials in the ELS are protected by copyrights. This is one of the reasons we have to charge a fee for entrance into the system (other reasons include the cost of maintaining the system itself, and the cost of developing new and updated materials for the system). Materials in our system that are in the public domain are in most cases "downloadable" to your personal device, enabling you to save a copy for as long as you like, including beyond the term of your membership.