Snapplify and publishing partners unite to provide free content for learners during COVID-19 school closures
As learners and parents enter a new term, many will engage with educators and continue the school year remotely for the first time – a potentially difficult transition. Although working together now means being apart for a short time, it is important to ensure that life and routines go on as best they can, especially when it comes to education. Snapplify has a long history of supporting educational institutions as they transition towards 4IR classrooms. Today, Snapplify have announced a new initiative to help learners as they embark upon their remote learning journey.
The new programme launched by the edtech industry leader is called Free Access – a programme to provide short term access to digital ebooks, e-textbooks and other resources for learners at no cost. The broad selection of digital content covers educational resources for the CAPS curriculum, including e-textbooks, readers, teacher guides and study guides, as well as interactive products like the Zoom In series.
Every child deserves to be given adequate support whilst studying at home.
The government-led lockdown as a response to the corona virus, COVID-19, has seen schools and universities jostling for e-learning solutions to cater for their locked-down learners.