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History of CALCampus


CALCampus began as the Computer Assisted Learning Center (CALC), which was founded in 1982 in Rindge, New Hampshire, as a small, offline computer-based, adult learning center. The center was created in order to provide affordable, quality instruction to individual learners through the use of computers. In those early years, CALC also compiled and distributed public domain educational software and published articles dealing with the use of computers for education.

CALC's vision broadened over the years as the online world opened and we were able to serve students from diverse geographic locations. CALCampus has been teaching exclusively online since 1986, when it opened its Tutoring Center for high school and continuing education learners on the QuantumLink network. Structured online courses soon followed. From 1986 through 1995, CALC Online Campus, as it was known, expanded its online school onto several major telecommunications networks, including PC-Link, AppleLink, AOL, Delphi, GEnie, and CompuServe. In early 1995, CALC Online Campus moved onto the Internet as CALCampus.com.

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