Faced with a dizzying array of devices, tools and providers, school administrators are looking for help in building a digital learning environment that fits the needs of students, parents and teachers. There are countless options, but only one of them is the right choice for your school. Do you have the time and resources to find that perfect fit? We're here to help with our OpenRoom Advisory service.
ClassBook's consultants will work with you to assess the needs of your school and create a strategic plan for modernizing your curriculum and for implementing the right technology solutions to enhance your learning environment.
ClassBook is the education industry leader in online print textbook and eBook stores. Our online bookstores are designed to fit your school's needs and save you time and money.
We make the entire online bookstore process of ordering, fulfillment, delivery and support convenient and easy for you, your parents and students, and your teachers. Whether it's print textbooks or digital eBooks, ClassBook is your one-stop resource for sourcing and managing them. We even have a book buy-back program and flexible options for purchasing through financial aid programs.
Today’s students already possess a high level of digital literacy. So, many schools are evolving into a totally digital learning environment – and ClassBook is leading the way. Your school has the freedom to choose the tools that best fit your needs, as ClassBook offers digital textbooks and eBooks from the entire market of sources available today and in the future.
With help from ClassBook, South Kent School in Connecticut is in the midst of a revolutionary iPad program. The school launched its program in Fall 2011 and boasts a 92 percent digital textbook adoption rate across all grade levels.
Learn more about how eTextbooks have changed learning at South Kent School. Watch the video now.
Last year, President Obama revealed lofty goals for high-speed wireless access in schools, and the modernization of the E-rate budget is certainly a step toward achieving them. Since, for many schools, quality Wi-Fi access isn’t a given—even with this budget news—we’re using this opportunity to explore the possibilities. Click here to learn more about E-rate and your school.