ClassLink and TeachingBooks Partner to Provide Easy Access to Author and Book Resources
Clifton, NJ – 03/27/2019 – ClassLink (classlink.com) and TeachingBooks (teachingbooks.net) announce a strategic partnership making it easier for districts to access their library of over 158,000 author and book resources. ClassLink empowers students and teachers around the world with instant access to their digital resources. ClassLink® LaunchPad includes a library of over 6,000 single sign-on apps and instant links to file folders at school and on Google, Office 365, and Dropbox cloud drives. With this new partnership in place, TeachingBooks customers now benefit from instant access to their collection of resources.
A leader in providing single sign-on and class rostering solutions for K-12 and Higher Education, ClassLink has a range of sign in options that further reduce barriers to effective technology utilization, including QR Codes, Facial Recognition, and Remote Login. Glass is impressed with ClassLink QuickCards, a QR code that empowers even the youngest learners with instant access to their learning applications without typing a username or password.
With more than 6,000 single sign-on connectors and comprehensive use of open technology standards, ClassLink is the most inclusive single sign-on platform in education today. The award-winning technology is accessible from any computer, tablet or smartphone, making ClassLink the ideal solution for 1 to 1 and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives. ClassLink Roster Server easily and securely delivers class rosters to any publisher using open technology standards. ClassLink Analytics gives decision makers the usage data they need.
TeachingBooks.net is an easy-to-use website that adds a multimedia dimension to the reading experiences of children’s and young adult books. Our online database is developed and maintained to include thousands of resources about fiction and nonfiction books used in the K–12 environments, with every resource selected to encourage the integration of multimedia author and book materials into reading and library activities. More than 44,000 schools currently license this literacy service. Learn more at teachingbooks.net.