It’s Been A Blessed Year – EdTech December 2019 Newsletter

It’s Been A Blessed Year

As this year comes to a close, we want to take time out to thank our loyal customers who share in our passion for providing our next generation the best education possible!

Since the beginning of EdTech, we have been committed to ensuring the success of each client throughout their digital transition. 2019 was no exception. Our library of resources has expanded in a big way! We’ve added 19 complete ebook integration accounts.

We now offer integration with McGraw Hill SSO, Automatic Rostering, and HMH Rostering. Last but not least, we have made even more improvements in providing seamless integration in the classroom through one on one teacher training and live webinars.

We’re in the midst of a digital revolution and schools are continuously seeking ways to meet the needs of their tech-savvy students. EdTech is dedicated to being at the forefront of new technology in education. Throughout 2020, you will see EdTech Software continue to forge relationships with publishers throughout the K12 ecosystem, implement mobile purchasing abilities, and create an even more dynamic user experience. We’re also excited to expand on our teacher resources both in-person and online as we roll out our teacher support portal. Another goal for 2020 is to upgrade features in our software and implement reader updates. Needless to say, we are excited for 2020 and the future of education.

On behalf of everyone at EdTech, I would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you for being a part of this community of teachers and learners.

Founder & CEO

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Give the Gift of Experience!

The holidays are a time for family, friends, festivities, good food and gift-giving. Of course, there are always the “must-haves” included at the top of every wish list. Even if purchased, these sought-after items will probably end up at the bottom of the closet after one week of use. An undeniable frustration for parents everywhere!


According to a Gallup study, we’re spending a lot of money on gifts: about 2 percent of our annual income to be exact! So, it only makes sense that we should make the most of the items we buy for family and friends.

Research performed by the University of Toronto offers a refreshing alternative to material gifts. It found that giving a gift of experience instead makes a more positive and lasting impact.

The best part of a gift of an experience is it creates a strong emotional response when the recipient uses it. Guitar lessons, an annual zoo or museum pass, a fishing trip, even an outing to a concert or movie, are just a few gift ideas that won’t end up at the bottom of the closet!

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