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HotChalk Announces the HotChalk MyLibrary System

Posted Jul 25, 2008
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HotChalk has announced the HotChalk MyLibrary system, which enables schools and districts to choose precisely the way information is presented and delivered to help teachers get measurably improved results with students.


The MyLibraryPlus component enables schools and districts to manage, upload, organize and deliver a growing library of digital assets. This content and curriculum manager includes teacher lesson plans that meet mandatory state curriculum standards. MyLibraryPlus can be used with content from a variety of producers and market participants.


With HotChalk's MyLibrary, users locate free teacher-approved lesson plans that are accessible with one click: thousands of videos and content from the best producers in digital education, including NBC News, McGraw-Hill Education, National Geographic, PBS, and A&E Television Networks.


A teacher can gather a collection of relevant audio, video, text, lesson plans, content from a media partner, and their own files as well, by typing their search term into HotChalk's My Library digital content browser.


The technology integrates seamlessly with HotChalk's enhanced Learning Management System, the HotChalk Learning Environment, which automates daily teacher and student activities and provides a safe secure, online environment for teachers, parents, and students to interact.


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Source: HotChalk,

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