From Slate:
ALEKS wasn’t originally designed to revive the fortunes of the textbook industry. The software − whose name stands for Assessment and Learning in Knowledge Spaces − was developed by a team of mathematicians, cognitive scientists, and software engineers at UC Irvine in the 1990s, with support from a National Science Foundation grant.

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