Cambridge, UK (PRWeb UK) April 26, 2010
Global Grid for Learning (GGfL) is an integral part of Cambridge University Press’ initiative to expand its digital offerings across global markets. In so doing, GGfL provides educational institutions with over one million high quality, copyright-cleared and classroom-safe digital learning resources, sourced and selected from a growing base of over 40 trusted global content providers and publishers.
The new GGfL website incorporates a complete redesign of its branding as well as a more intuitive navigation structure that makes it easier for visitors to find exactly what they need.
The website also includes some new features, including:
- an interactive carousel to browse GGfL’s growing base of content providers
- a video of the GGfL service on the homepage
- a live feed of all GGfL tweets, including links to useful and interesting digital learning topics and resources
- RSS feeds to keep up-to-date with the latest news from GGfL
- a streamlined Contact Us form that makes it easier to get in touch
John Tuttle, Managing Director of the Press’s New Directions Group which oversees the Global Grid for Learning business, said: “GGfL’s aim is to become the leading digital content broker for education markets worldwide. The launch of its new website is a key part of fulfilling its mission.”
About Global Grid for Learning
Global Grid for Learning (GGfL) is a digital content service from one of the world’s leading educational publishers, Cambridge University Press.
GGfL acts as a trusted broker for digital content, connecting teachers and students at all stages in education to a single source for high quality and educationally relevant learning resources.
About Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press was founded by letters patent granted to the University of Cambridge by King Henry VIII in 1534. It is the oldest printer and publisher in the world, having been operating continuously since 1584, and is one of the largest academic publishers globally. Its purpose is to further the University’s objective of advancing learning, knowledge and research.
Throughout its history, the Press has maintained a reputation for innovation and enterprise, through its use of printing technologies, through publishing the latest research, and through supporting the latest methodologies for teaching and learning.