On July 1, 2009 Wilson Education Center selected Learn360 as the service provider for streaming video.  Learn360 was selected because their content of nearly 8500 videos plus video clips, audio files and still pictures met the needs of the majority of teachers.  Coupled with their easy to use interface searchable by standards, grade levels, as well as subjects plus excellent service were important factors.  Learn360 offers K-12 digital content delivered in an online environment. Users can access thousands of resources from a wide variety of content partners including Sunburst Media, A&E. The History Channel, National Geographic, PBS, Goldhill Educational, Standard Deviants and others. Formats include: full videos, video clips, audio and images. Learn360 is available to students and teachers from home or at school and supports Flash, Windows Media Player or QuickTime. A unique feature in Learn360 is the ability to create slideshows. Learn360 includes a strong keyword search and the ability to search for titles by Indiana state standards. It also allows users the ability to import videos and clips into Power Point presentations and movie making software such as Windows Movie Maker and iMovie.