Chester, Pennsylvania Jan 18, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - AWE Acquisition, Inc., dba AWE Learning, is excited to announce its recent partnership with Cultural Jambalaya. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, AWE Learning is the leading provider of digital learning solutions for public libraries throughout the United States and Canada.
AWE Learning's new Platinum Online is a cloud-based product featuring more than 175 educational titles, for children ages 2-12, with a single login. Content is award-winning and spans all STREAM subject areas (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and Music, and Math), plus SEL (Social Emotional Learning). As an annual subscription, Platinum Online brings new and exciting content to libraries, as well as virtual learners, homeschoolers, and pandemic pods. We are excited to have Cultural Jambalaya's World Heritage Series on Platinum Online. Their World Heritage Series explores sites in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
Through AWE Learning's partnership with Cultural Jambalaya, their educational titles will reach a larger audience and will assist children to expand their learning outside of school hours. Cultural Jambalaya's educational activities help young learners in reinforcing and practicing STREAM skills, build their confidence level, and have fun while learning! "Partnering with AWE Learning gives Cultural Jambalaya an opportunity to showcase our new 'Seen By Me' video series, which brings the world into the classroom with multimedia content and lesson plans that improve students' global awareness and cross-cultural understanding," said Gail Shore, Executive Director of Cultural Jambalaya. "The new videos, featuring World Heritage sites, reach students ages 7-12 years old, a critical age when young people are forming a better understanding of the world."
AWE Learning President & CEO, Dr. Deborah B. Sorgi, said, "We are excited to partner with Cultural Jambalaya. Companies like Cultural Jambalaya offer a variety of prominent learning content for our target age group and markets. In modern-day, it is important to give children content that allows them to have fun while learning. Platinum Online does just that and gives children a website that offers content that caters to all levels and all interests. While libraries are closed or limited to a lower capacity due to COVID-19, Platinum Online allows libraries to distribute logins to families so children can access AWE Learning products from home! Platinum Online also gives youngsters the opportunity to continue learning beyond their virtual school day. We are confident that users will enjoy interacting on these titles whether they are at home or in the library!"
For more information on AWE Learning's new product, please visit aweplatinumonline.com or call 888-293-0272.
About AWE Learning (http://www.awelearning.com)
AWE Learning provides comprehensive digital learning and early literacy solutions for young children in public libraries across the United States. 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.
About Cultural Jambalaya (http://www.culturaljam.org)
Founded in 2005, Twin Cities-based Cultural Jambalaya (www.CulturalJam.org) is a volunteer-run nonprofit that uses photography to break down cultural barriers by promoting understanding and respect for all people. In addition to its new "Seen By Me" video series, a partnership with ProjectExplorer (www.ProjectExplorer.org), Cultural Jambalaya's work includes the production of the award-winning "Windows & Mirrors" video series. Educators use the videos as creative teaching tools in the classroom as they learn about the world beyond their borders.
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