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  Education is one of those things that is constantly changing and evolving. In recent years, we have been taught that student’s don’t even have to be in a brick and mortar educational institution to learn. They can do it from anywhere! Here at TextbookHub, that’s what we are all about learning digital from anywhere!…

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Simon Collinson joins TextbookHub

We are pleased to announce that Simon Collinson has joined the team at TextbookHub as our Publisher Business Development Manager. Simon is an Australian publishing professional with six years' experience in ebook development, typesetting, analytics, and metadata management. Prior to joining TextbookHub, Simon was Senior Manager of Business Reporting at...
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Digital Learning During the Pandemic – New Report

Every year for the past 17 years, Project Tomorrow has surveyed and analyzed data from K-12 students, parents and educators about digital learning in and out of school. Findings are typically presented during an annual Speak Up Congressional Briefing in Washington, D.C., to inform policymakers, education and community leaders. The...
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What’s Popular? Sneak Peak into Textbooks Schools Choose

Teachers know what works for their classrooms and students, and every summer our Account Managers work with schools and teachers to approve their booklists for the upcoming school year. Overwhelmed with options for teaching materials, it’s often a great textbook that can provide just the right pacing, activities, and extras...
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Taking Breaks During Online Learning

Attention can flag during the school day, whether in person or remote. Taking a break restores attention and relieves mental strain and fatigue. Brain breaks in the classroom benefit students – and their ability to learn. Here, we have gathered a few tips ideas on how to refocus and energize...
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Welcome Back to Teaching!

It’s back to school time! Whether you are teaching remotely or welcoming students back to the classroom, this year will not be ordinary. Many schools are finding new ways to support teachers and students as they prepare for, perhaps, the strangest year in the history of education! One of the...
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Flexibility for On Campus, Remote and Hybrid Approaches

Everyone knows they need to be flexible and have all of their learning materials and resources with them wherever they go. That's what we heard from Blackbaud Tech Solutions Engineer, Anne Kellerman. Anne is also an educator. She spent many years as the IT Director and Upper School Head at...
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Stories of Giving: How to Hack a Hackathon

Sofia is currently the Program Manager for Customer Success Operations at TextbookHub. In this role, she spends her time overseeing the customer support team and developing procedures and documentation so that customer support, product development, sales and marketing work together harmoniously. Sofia, in a blue shirt, assisting a team at...
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How Can eBooks Help Schools Now

Digital textbooks offer schools a number of advantages – especially when they want to stay flexible for on campus, remote or hybrid schedules. We had the pleasure of interviewing Anne Kellerman, Tech Solutions Engineer at Blackbaud, via Zoom and learning about what matters to her as an educator and also...
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The Uncertainty Principle: Budgets and More

It doesn’t take a serious mathematician to know that textbooks are expensive.   We had the pleasure of interviewing Anne Kellerman, Tech Solutions Engineer at Blackbaud, via Zoom and learning about what matters to her as an educator and also as an advisor to schools about Blackbaud products.   ...
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Class Sizes, Booklists, and More: Preparing for – and Predicting – 2020-2021 Enrollment

Schools are teaching remotely and giving their students instruction and support while schools are shuttered, but what happens in the fall? Javier Jurado, founder of TextbookHub, is often talking with administrators at this time of year, prepping book lists and planning for fall. But those conversations are a little different...