Global Grid for Learning Opens Up a World of Resources to UK Schools through Leading Software Provider

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Global Grid for Learning (GGfL), the trusted broker for high quality digital learning resources, has announced that schools across the UK can now subscribe to its digital content service through R-E-M, the market leader in educational software.

Working with local partners like R-E-M is a key part of our strategy to bring reliable, relevant and copyright-cleared content to the classroom

The new reseller partnership means R-E-M can now offer UK schools instant access to an ever-growing range of engaging multimedia resources that support teaching and learning across the curriculum. GGfL On Demand, an annual subscription service, connects teachers and students at all stages in education to a single source of over one million digital learning resources from more than 40 trusted content providers.

Resources on GGfL On Demand include a mix of images, videos, interactive activities and animations, audio files and documents, all of which are copyright-cleared, allowing teachers and students the freedom and flexibility to edit, reuse, and repurpose digital content for lesson plans, coursework and homework.

“We’re delighted that we have extended the opportunity for UK schools to access GGfL On Demand” said Julian Mobbs, Managing Director of Global Grid for Learning, a Cambridge University Press company. “Working with local partners like R-E-M is a key part of our strategy to bring reliable, relevant and copyright-cleared content to the classroom.”

R-E-M has become the leading supplier of educational software to schools with over 150,000 catalogues distributed world-wide annually. This has been due to an unrivalled range of educational software and knowledge of the education market, backed up by an outstanding level of customer service.

“With R-E-M’s experience in supplying schools for nearly 50 years, along with Cambridge University Press’ much respected academic pedigree, we feel GGfL is a fantastic learning resource for the 21st century,” said David Bennett, Joint Director at R-E-M. “It’s more relevant than ever with today’s ‘I’ll Google it’ mentality.”

More information can be found at http://www.r-e-m.co.uk/ggfl

About REM

Over the years R-E-M has become the leading supplier of educational software to schools with over 150,000 catalogues distributed world-wide annually. This has been due to our unrivalled range of educational software and knowledge of the education market, backed up by our outstanding levels of customer service.

R-E-M's fast and efficient service is fully supported by our after-sales technical support team, providing free support to our customers. We listen hard to our customers and are always seeking to improve our service.

For further information, go to http://www.r-e-m.co.uk

About Global Grid for Learning
Global Grid for Learning (GGfL) is a digital content service for education markets worldwide. GGfL acts as a trusted broker for digital content, connecting teachers and students at all stages in education to a single source of high quality and educationally relevant learning resources.
Its ever-growing library currently consists of over one million digital learning resources from some of the world’s leading content providers and educational publishers. Resources include a mix of interactive learning objects, video clips, audio files, images, animations, documents and eBooks.
GGfL’s aim is to make it as easy and seamless as possible for teachers and students to access the content they need, when they need it, and through whatever device they choose to access it.
GGfL has been designed to integrate with commonly used classroom technologies such as Interactive Whiteboards, Learning Platforms and Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs), Portals and other educational software. It can also be accessed directly via the web through its standalone web service, GGfL On Demand.

GGfL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cambridge University Press.

For further information, go to http://www.globalgridforlearning.com

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