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MagicBox Helps K-12 Publishers Go Digital
MagicBox Helps K-12 Publishers Go Digital

 
May 9, 2014 8:38AM
MagicBox Helping K-12 Publishers go Digital in a Smart Way -- MagicBox, a cloud based digital publishing & mobile distribution solution for publishers, is used by over 1 million students worldwide to access interactive & media-rich digital content on their PCs and tablets.
 



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Speaking on the merits of technology in education, he says, “The greatest benefit of digital learning in schools is it allows for personalized learning for students, who many a times miss it in the traditional model due to the number of students in a class. Technology makes it really easy for teachers to track, analyze and grade the performance as well as difficulties of students and offer customized solutions to each one of them. It also offers publishers a great platform to receive real time analytics from students that can help them improvise their content quickly & effectively, ultimately enhancing learning. We as the MagicBox team are proud to be a part of the digital revolution that is changing the way the world learns by creating smart innovative digital solutions that revolutionize the education sector and empower publishers, schools and teachers to create smarter minds.”

About MagicBox

MagicBox was launched in EdNet conference in late 2013. It is the flagship product of Magic Software. Founded in 1990, Magic Software is a mobile educational technology company that partners with the world's top 100 leading publishers, educational and technology organizations to build next-generation digital learning products and solutions that reinvent learning and change the way the world learns. Get more information about MagicBox on www.getmagicbox.com

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