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Amazon relaunches Inspire after a year of re-tooling
Tate, Emily

Published17 July 2017
Publisheredscoop, Scoop News Group
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
The content repository offers tens of thousands of downloadable educational resources. The "upload and share" feature is expected to follow soon.

Keywords Amazon · Amazon Inspire · Digital Equity · Edtech · Education IT News · higher education · Indiana Office of E · K-12 · Maryland State Department of Education · OER

Published atWashington, D.C
RefereedDoes not apply
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URLhttps://edscoop.com//amazon-relaunches-inspire-after-a-year-of-re-tooling
Access date3/15/2018
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