Clifton, NJ – September 26, 2018 – ClassLink and bulb Digital Portfolios announce today a strategic partnership making it easier for districts and schools to provide students with the ability to showcase their knowledge, achievements, and work.
Pairing the two companies is ideal; both are rooted in education and seek to enable student success. ClassLink and bulb Digital Portfolios share the commitment to save educators and students time by making it easier to get to the tools, resources, and platforms needed for learning, sharing and documenting progress.
“We’re pleased to deepen our relationship with Bulb and enable access to such a robust portfolio solution,” said Patrick Devanney, ClassLink’s Vice President Interoperability Services. Devanney continued, “Educators and students benefit from the opportunity to harness technologies like bulb faster, easier, and with greater security. This relationship signals our shared commitment to making that happen.”
ClassLink empowers students and teachers around the world with instant access to their learning resources. ClassLink® OneClick® 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. Schools using ClassLink Roster Server can quickly and securely deliver rosters directly into the bulb Digital Portfolio platform.
“A digital portfolio is a place to create and share digital content and is one of the most essential tools for modern education. We believe keeping classroom technology simple, beautiful and powerful makes it easier for everyone and are thrilled that our partnership with Classlink will help us deliver this experience,” said Andrew Cary, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Partnerships, bulb Digital Portfolios.
Today, nearly a half million students have documented their learning, engaged in project-based activities, collaborated with peers and enhanced their workplace skills using bulb. The student, or user, owns their bulb Digital Portfolio for life with unlimited storage.