Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 21, 2009
TeacherWeb, a leading provider of classroom, school, and district websites for educators, announces the launch of Digital Lockers, an online storage solution for students and school staff to digitally store projects, homework, and class documents online for easy access at school or home.
"This is an amazing addition to our family of programs," stated Jeremy Verret, the General Manager of TeacherWeb. "We are so proud to introduce such a dynamic tool that will change the way teachers and students interact. In addition, utilizing Digital Lockers decreases the amount of classroom handouts resulting in a reduced impact on our environment."
With Digital Lockers, all data is stored on TeacherWeb servers, which are pre-scanned for viruses. This safe and secure solution eliminates the need for floppy disks, compact discs, or flash drives. Students can work seamlessly on the same projects at school and at home. All file updates are logged with the time and date and the Digital Drop Box allows students to submit assignments for final review by his or her teacher.
Additionally, schools can choose how much storage is allowed per student and per class as well as set limits on file size and transfer speeds.
For more information about TeacherWeb Digital Lockers, or to schedule a web demo, visit http://www.digitalschoollockers.com or call 866.768.1527.
TeacherWeb, founded in 1997, is an innovative company providing a patented, software as a service model of websites for teachers, schools, and districts. TeacherWeb provides easy‐to‐use and very affordable templates and tools that allow educators to create customized classroom and school websites to improve communication with students and parents. Educators can quickly create and continuously update personalized TeacherWeb sites with the click of a mouse.
TeacherWeb is currently used by over 100,000 educators in over 20,000 schools in the U.S. and also has customers in over 90 countries world‐wide. TeacherWeb is owned by Archipelago Learning, LLC, http://www.archipelagolearning.com. Visit http://www.teacherweb.com to learn more.