We all know that it’s easier to read from a tangible book rather than staring at a digital screen for hours on end. But it’s even more frustrating when a library doesn’t have the book that you’ve been anxiously awaiting. This partnership between Oxford University Press and these Israeli ed-tech startups will make sure that you will have access to the digital copies of these books, while using the most up-to-date and innovative software on the market.
According to OUP Director of Parnership’s, Paul Riley stated: “through this relationship OUP is introduced to inventive Israeli startups, which provide us with opportunities to combine our high quality content with ground-breaking technology. This allows us to develop innovative products and services that improve the lives of teachers and learners globally.”
For more information on the Total Boox app, click here.
For more information on the Tiny Tap app, click here.
For more information on the Kidoz app, click here.
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