Learning Resources

McGraw-Hill Education Releases Adaptive Learning Program for AP Exam Prep

McGraw-Hill Education has launched an online preparation tool designed to help high school students prepare for advanced placement exams.

Integration of Library Research Services Aims at Ease, Depth of Discovery

Researchers at libraries subscribing to both Credo and EBSCO Discovery Services (EDS) will now see Credo topic pages and full-text reference entries within their EDS searches, via new integration technology deployed by Credo.

Tynker Launches Cloud-Based Platform for Teaching Programming

Tynker has launched a new online learning platform designed to help elementary and middle school students learn computational thinking and programming skills in the classroom.

Online K-5 Math Program Enhances Student Progress Tracking

DreamBox Learning has enhanced its online mathematics instructional program to include tracking of student progress against four regional math standards in addition to its existing Common Core State Standards-aligned reporting.

Gale To Digitize AP's Archives

Gale, a provider research and reference tools for libraries, has entered into an agreement with Associated Press to digitize the nonprofit news agency's corporate archives.

Gale Rolling Out New Platform To House Digital Humanities Collections

Educational publisher Gale will make all of its digital humanities collections available through one platform "over the coming years," according to a news release from the Michigan-based company.

Odysseyware Enhances Online Courseware With Common Core-Aligned Remediation Tool

Online curriculum publisher Odysseyware has introduced the Common Core Assessment and Remediation Tool, a set of supplemental assessments and instructional materials designed to help K-8 students master the goals of the Common Core State Standards.

Pluralsight Releases Free Video Programming Courses for Young People

A company that develops video training for software developers has created two online courses specifically for young people.

Irving ISD Adopts Career Education Model To Help Students Prepare For College and Careers

Irving Independent School District in Texas will implement a personalized project-based learning education model designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in college and the workforce.

Digital Curriculum Provider Adds Video to Teacher Resources

Digital curriculum and test prep provider Shmoop has added 26 new original educational video activities that teachers can use to supplement their teaching methods.