AWE Multi-State Group Purchase Offer
The Washington State Library is participating with 30 or more other states in this Fall AWE Multi-State Offer, first introduced at the Western Council of State LIbraries over the summer. This offer provides the best pricing available, at the 200 level+ pricing.
This offer is valid from October 1 through November 15, 2013. The PDF 2013 Multi-State Group Special Flyer has pricing and offer details.
AWE has designed a suite of Comprehensive Digital Learning Solutions that begin at age 2 up to age 14. These carefully selected, award winning programs are correlated to Common Core Standards and engage students on their own particular level of need and/or interest which increases student achievement. The Core Areas of focus are: Math, Reading, Social Studies, Science, Computer Literacy and Art and Music Programs.
Each of these products is designed specifically for:
- Child Driven Heuristic Learning (learning by discovery)
- Intrinsically Motivated (learn how to learn environment)
- “Children’s Interface” Encourages Exploration
To find more detailed information on each of the AWE products use the links below:
More information on the Early Literacy Station or AfterSchool Edge can be found at AWE Digital Learning Solutions.
A new tablet (with introductory pricing through December 31, 2013) is available; find out about it at AWE Tablet.
A listing of possible public library funding resources for purchasing AWE digital learning stations is available at Funding Sources for your Public Library.
Hear what other public libraries are saying about AWE digital learning solutions at AWE Digital Learning Solutions in Public Libraries and AWE at ALA In Chicago.
Please contact your AWE Representatives if you have questions about this offer, the Early Literacy Station or AfterSchool Edge, the new tablet or if you would like to request a demo or quote for your library. Contact information is found in the page sidebar.
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