New PBS resource could help advance digital learning


“It requires a little bit of extra bandwidth, it opens it to a much wider set of uses, and it allows teachers to use a lot more. Access to control of account and assessment data and analytics of what goes on in the system are the big difference … between the custom layer and the basic layer,” Lippincott said.

PBS LearningMedia officials plan to allow the system to be adaptive based on usage.

“We see this as a very dynamic model, and we see it evolving in response to the needs of teachers and students and also states,” Korf said.

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