The latest version of Trainer1’s CSL delivery tool has the ability to link social networking learning patterns with formalized learning repositories. This small but clever software package can link the way users look for information on social environments to learning snippets and modules contained in approved repositories of learning and information. Neil Lasher of Trainer1 says: "Imagine during the pattern of learning the user follows, that you can identify they have searched for something on Google, Bing, Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter or any other social environment, and you can match that to an approved learning snippet, or information post, or internal approved blog or Wiki. Further, imagine you can inform the user accordingly that there is some approved material available, before they go off and click the links they found in the search engine. This is the social environment learning connector we have developed."