Shmoop Adds Online Photo Slideshows to Help Teachers and Students See US History, Civics, and Literature Like Never Before
Shmoop, a publisher of fun, smart digital learning materials, added photo slideshows to more than 100 of its free online Learning Guides. Shmoop added thosands of historical photos and works of art to its US History, Civics, and Literature Learning Guides.
Mountain View, CA, May 25, 2010 /PN - PRWEB/ Shmoop (www.shmoop.com), a publisher of digital resources that make learning fun and relevant for students, announced that it has added thousands of photos to enhance its online US history, civics, and literature Learning Guides. Shmoop also made a slideshow Widget available, so anyone can embed a miniature version of any Shmoop photo slideshow on their own website.
“Students love looking at photos online - it's a very engaging activity that helps bring lessons to life. Shmoop has amassed a terrific photo collection all in one place for teachers and students,” said Mike Shumake, teacher at North Carolina Virtual Public School and 2009 Online Teacher of the Year for North Carolina. “I particularly like that Shmoop allows me to embed the photos on my classroom web page or blog, just like I post YouTube videos.”
Shmoop made photo slideshows available for:
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