Helping educators find the right Open Educational Resources – new help from Microsoft and …

LOS GATOS, Calif., Feb. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — OpenEd.com, the leading K-12 resource library, announced that they are supporting Microsoft in a new open source app, “Open Education Search App,” announced today at the US Department of Education’s #GoOpen Exchange.  It will be available momentarily for all districts and teachers to use, for free. There are a lot of great open educational resources, in the Learning Registry and elsewhere.  The app enables teachers to quickly identify the most effective resource for any given objective and share it with their students in any Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) compliant Learning Management System. The Open Education Search app will be available for download shortly on EduAppCenter.com. “Teachers work hard, and we are excited that we can provide technology to help them quickly find the best resources for their students. Being able to work with Microsoft to provide this experience for free to all and showcase…


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