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Over 2,100 New Public, Academic, and School Libraries Join OverDrive

OverDrive announced that it has added 2,173 public, school, academic, and corporate libraries to its global network this year alone. As libraries and institutions seek lending services for eBooks, OverDrive is overwhelmingly selected as a vendor with more than 90 percent of U.S. libraries and a growing number of schools partnering with OverDrive. Read More »

New Version of MimioStudio Lets Mimio Users Connect Three Mobile Devices

The latest release of MimioStudio™ 11.2 software features the ability to connect three mobile devices using the MimioMobile™ app – free. Starting May 13, 2014 classrooms with a MimioStudio hardware or software license can connect up to three mobile devices via the MimioMobile app when they upgrade to the new software version. Read More »

Edgenuity Highlights Online and Blended Learning Success in MI

Edgenuity, a leading provider of online and blended learning solutions, is celebrating the success of its school partners in Michigan, shining a spotlight on schools across the state that are using Edgenuity offerings to meet a wide range of student needs and help students, teachers and schools reach their academic goals. Read More »

Luca Lashes Adds More Interactivity/Chinese to Its Free App

Multilingual eBook and app creator, Luca Lashes® LLC announces an upgraded version of its introductory app, Luca Lashes®, the Brown-Eyed Boy with the Magic Eyelashes. With stories geared for children ages 0 to 6 and older children with special needs, the award-winning series helps turn children’s “fearful firsts” into educational experiences. Read More »

Education Video Resources Growing Rapidly at Alexander Street

Hundreds of new teaching demonstrations and instructional films are now available online with the debut of Education in Video: Volume II. The latest collection from Alexander Street Press expands topical coverage of the teaching field, delving into new and emerging areas including special needs, multiculturalism in the classroom, differentiated instruction, and the US Common Core. Read More »