Good communication between teachers and parents is essential. We're pleased to help make their job a little easier by offering teachers a creative, safe and free way to share classroom activities and information with their students and parents through photos, videos, words and music in multimedia designs
Redmond, WA (PRWEB) May 5, 2008
Smilebox, Inc. (http://www.smilebox.com) will launch its Teacher's Toolbox program during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 5 through 9, giving teachers the power of rich, multimedia classroom communication at no cost. The program offers qualified teachers a free year of the premium Club Smilebox service (a $39.99 value) as well as multimedia designs and activities to assist teachers with creative and safe ideas for digital classroom communications. Teachers can find additional information and apply for the Teacher Toolbox program at http://media.smilebox.com/teachers/new.
"Good communication between teachers and parents is essential. We're pleased to help make their job a little easier by offering teachers a creative, safe and free way to share classroom activities and information with their students and parents through photos, videos, words and music in multimedia designs," said Smilebox founder and CEO Andrew Wright.
As part of its Teacher's Toolbox program, Smilebox also introduced a new section of designs specifically created for the needs of teachers including digital newsletters, school-themed scrapbooks, fieldtrip photobooks, school mascot/logo customizable slideshows as well as student activities such as multimedia autobiographies and storybooks. Additionally, teachers will have unlimited access to the Smilebox catalog of more than 650 designs created by leading digital artists such as Making Memories, Hallmark, K&Company, design by dani, Sarah Beise and its internal group of designers at Smilebox Studios.
Busy teachers can make Smilebox creations in just minutes by simply dragging and dropping personal music, photos and videos into professionally designed templates and share them via email, post to a blog for private or public viewing or print without any ads. "Smilebox provides teachers with a safe option to share personal media with students' families by delivering multimedia creations directly to the parents email inbox from the teachers' familiar email address," added Wright.
Smilebox makes it easy for family and friends to connect around special moments in their lives, by sharing their photos, videos and words inside unique digital scrapbooks, slide shows and photo ecards via email, blog or print. The Smilebox catalog features designs from leading providers such as Hallmark, Making Memories, Madison Park Greetings, K&Company, as well as the Smilebox Studio design team. Its distribution partners include Hallmark Cards Inc., Lifetime Entertainment Services, Six Apart, Ltd., Atom Shockwave and Rogers Media Inc. The service can be downloaded at http://www.smilebox.com. Based in Redmond, Washington, Smilebox was founded in 2005 by Andrew Wright.
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