Chester, Jan 11, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - AWE Learning is excited to announce the launch of Platinum Online, its first cloud-based product delivering more than 175 STREAM-aligned learning activities with the ease of a single login! The AWE Learning team has done the research to find fun and educational age-appropriate activities and partner with their creators to offer a variety of educational content on a single platform. Platinum Online has content suitable for children ages 2-12.
With technology being a growing role in our day to day lives, we have developed Platinum Online so that it can be accessed from the web browser on any internet-enabled computer, tablet, or mobile device. We want children to have the opportunity to engage with technology, but also deeply understand the importance of making sure they are safe online. Institutions (libraries, schools, etc.) can purchase an annual subscription to Platinum Online to offer on the computers or mobile devices located in the libraries, or they can purchase additional add-on logins in order to send passwords home with patrons to access the learning content outside of the library building. Consumers can also purchase subscriptions for their young learners. Platinum Online is perfect for micro-schools and pandemic pods too.
"We've had many requests over the years for a cloud-based product; we are excited to finally introduce Platinum Online to the library and consumer market. By partnering with leading educational companies, we can offer premier cloud-based STREAM content for our target age groups and markets. Unlike our flagship products, customers can access this product on their existing hardware," said Deborah B. Sorgi, Ed.D., President & CEO of AWE Learning. "We know the impact that COVID-19 has had on libraries and individual families. Platinum Online helps to deliver an educational resource that children can access both in the library and at home. It is evident that learning is not limited to the classroom, and we must provide research-based resources to expand their learning beyond the school building and school day."
All content is categorized by STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and Music, and Math), and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL). The interface is colorful and engaging, getting young learners excited about their learning journey. There is content for all age groups and interests. Early learners can learn to code with RoboGarden's tutorials, activities, and quizzes, or learn about cyber safety with Garfield and his friends. Students can read or listen to a variety of e-books (both fiction and non-fiction) or receive advice from Highlight's Kids. Children can practice their math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and more!), build their typing expertise, or learners can conduct research and learn about current events with DOGOnews. With more than 175 educational titles, Platinum Online delivers hours of award-winning content and learning!
Platinum Online offers access to online statistics; administrators and parents can easily view utilization statistics to track usage and demonstrate return on investment. Our gold-standard Customer Support Team is here to help make the transition to using Platinum Online in your library a smooth one. In addition to the base annual subscription, customers will be able to purchase additional content bundles, including coding - more bundles coming soon!
For more information on AWE Learning's new product, please visit aweplatinumonline.com or call 888-293-0272.
About AWE Learning (www.awelearning.com)
AWE Learning provides comprehensive digital learning and early literacy solutions for young children in public libraries across North America. Our mission is to inspire an enthusiasm for learning by supporting school readiness and literacy in the community. Through our dedication to high quality, STREAM-aligned content that is easy to use, we collaborate with libraries to highlight their role as community leaders in the pursuit of learning.
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