eLumin is now Propeller!

It’s official: eLumin has a new name and look, and we wanted you to be among the first to know.

Propeller Launches

When you improve students’ access to learning, you improve their chances in life. But there’s often a technological challenge in the way — devices, software, or hardware.

We can relate. As education IT veterans, we founded Propeller with one purpose: to help K-12 and higher education leaders rise above tech hurdles and empower students to soar.

We’re perpetually inspired to rethink digital learning with our cloud-native virtual desktops and learning environments. Just imagine: Students enjoy anytime, anywhere access to the software they need for class, no matter the requirements, on the devices they already have.

Meanwhile, you free your campus of costly and burdensome software and hardware. You get smart, customized virtual desktop solutions that fit any scenario. And you don’t need cloud experience — we fully support and manage it all for you. That’s the promise of Propeller.

Simply put, Propeller better reflects who we are and what we do. Our digital learning solutions propel students and schools further and allow them to soar above the limitations of legacy technology.

We propel growth, understanding, connections, communication, and excellence for students and educators alike.
Everything else is the same. No new owners. No acquisition. We’re still the only provider of cloud-native virtual desktop solutions 100% dedicated to education. And we’re still just as passionate about making quality learning accessible to all.

You don’t need to do anything differently. Rest assured you can expect the same personalized support and easy-to-use technology.

Over the next couple of weeks, you will see changes to our branding, including things like domain name, email addresses, etc. Rest assured that all existing short links you may have been given will continue to work. 

If you have our Learning Lab product, you will notice a branding change at the top left where the current “eLumin” logo sits. This will be replaced with the Propeller logo.