A learning label is a concise, uniform display to represent learning expectations. It is portable and takes only a small section on the page, but is interactive with content appearing in layers (initiated through mouse-overs and clicks). The succinctness and readability for all parties (from a child to an adult) differentiates the technology from anything else in the marketplace. Furthermore, the label provides all the information needed to make a ROI decision to complete a task or project.
Fairly early in the design process, I found a place for learning standards on the labels. They anchor the learning expectations. In fact, integrating standards is clearly stated on the patent application I filed two years ago. The functionality is in making the learning standards easy to find and assign through the administrative interface and showing them on the labels themselves.