Discovery Education has rolled out an upgraded version of its Discovery Education streaming service. The new version, which was introduced at the FETC 2009 conference going on in Orlando, FL this week, includes new features that allow for greater customization and personalization of the digital media service.
The new version of the service now includes a personalized landing page called "My Discovery Education." It provides access to additional Discovery services and includes previews of Discovery content, as well as tools for personalizing the service. These include tools that allow educators to place quick links on their home pages, calendars, headlines, blog listings, and other content. It also provides direct access to Discovery's professional development services.
Further information about Discovery Education streaming can be found here.
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