If you are a education professor, student, or librarian, you may be wondering why campus-wide access edweek.org is so valuable. While your campus may have print archives or digital access to print content via Ebsco, ProQuest, Cengage and others, the only way to access our online content, published daily online only, blogs, multimedia, video plus all over 30 years of archives is available only on edweek.org.
Campus-wide access to edweek.org includes:
- Education Week Online – for the top, daily headlines, news and analysis, Education Week gives those wanting to know what is happening the rundown – a great resource for policy wonks, influencers, opinion leaders – anyone needing to know what is happening both nationally and by state in the K-12 news world.
- Education Week digital edition, an electronic replica of the Education Week print edition, available days before the print edition is delivered, so you don’t miss a thing in print.
- Annual Reports, including Quality Counts, Diplomas Count and Technology Counts current reports plus archives. Filled with metrics, insight and original surveys and research, these anticipated reports are released every year with insights that you won’t find anywhere else.
- Teacher Channel, focused solely on the teaching profession, includes online news published daily, best practices, commentaries and analyses from the teaching profession, nationwide. Includes video, story packages, and much, much more.
- Digital Directions, geared towards the ed tech businesses and school decision-makers in need of understanding the rapidly-changing trends in ed tech digital landscape.
- Industry & Innovations to help decision makers looking to better understand the overlap of business and K-12, including major trends and behaviors.
- 36 years of fully-searchable archives, with the ability to explore and research topics in depth, from our annals starting in 1981 to present day.
- Education Week Spotlights which take a deeper look at hundreds of issues ranging from teaching and instruction, math & science, special education, reading and writing, charter schools and choice, technology and digital learning, leadership and school policy, Common Core, and many more.
- Exclusive blogs- one of our most popular features, with over 60 blogs on vitally important topics, including Politics K-12, Curriculum Matters, Teaching Now, Digital Education and many more.
- Multimedia tools, including hundreds of videos, infographics and photo galleries.
- Education Counts database, where you can build customized tables and reports by state and other indicators.
Additional reasons for edweek.org campus-wide access include:
- Significant institution-wide savings – the greater number of users, the bigger the savings.
- 24/7 premium access with mobile, tablet, desktop and laptop.
- Use in the classroom to encourage conversation and debate on vital K-12 issues.
- Content on edweek.org transcends the education discipline, applicable to other majors and disciplines political science, sociology, social work, psychology and much more.
- Individually tailored accounts including ability to sign up for e-newsletters of their preference.
- Customized edweek.org widget by state and topic for your company or intranet homepage.
- No out of pocket or reimbursable expense needed for students or professors.
- Ability to roll existing individual print + online subscriptions without cancellation penalty or additional fees.
- Anytime switch out of users/seats.
- Simplified billing – one annual bill for all users, making payment easy.
- Dedicated account manager available via email and phone.
- Monthly reporting to track usage.