Mackin adds professional EdTech Training with Kyte Learning partnership

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Burnsville, MINN. — June 2, 2017 — Mackin is best known for providing print and digital library and classroom materials to grades PK-12. With recent growths in digital resources, educators are in need of professional development focused on how to best utilize these new technology tools in the classroom. The new partnership with Kyte Learning puts the necessary professional development tools side-by-side with the digital resources educators already have, or want to have, in their classroom.

Kyte Learning brings EdTech resources together in one place through their library of bite-sized video tutorials and teacher created training content. By utilizing this level of training content, Kyte Learning’s services cater to the needs of teachers allowing them to select the topics that are relevant to their classroom and curriculum. Teachers earn certifications for every completed course are rewarded with badges to showcase their newly honed skills. As an added benefit Kyte Learning tracks key metrics including time spent on coursework and assessment data.

Visit the Mackin Booth,1852, at the 2017 ISTE conference, June 25-28, to learn more about the Mackin and Kyte Learning partnership. For more information or to purchase Kyte Learning, visit Mackin.com today.

About Kyte Learning
Kyte Learning provides personalized professional development around the use of technology tools in the classroom. Expert teachers across the nation create experience-based training courses that teach both technical skills and classroom application strategies. Content is vetted and aligned to ISTE’s Teacher Standards and broken into bite-sized video modules. Administrators can assign, track, and evaluate training data to understand what teachers are learning to help them obtain the tech skills needed to meet school objectives.

About Mackin
For more than 34 years, Mackin has provided library and classroom materials for grades PK-12. Known for their substantial catalog that boasts more than 18,000 publishers with over 2.5 million print books, Mackin’s ever-growing digital catalog now includes over 1.5 million digital products including eBooks, databases, digital audiobooks and video resources – all available through their free, award-winning digital management system, MackinVIA. For more information, visit www.mackin.com or call 800-245-9540.

For more information, please contact:
Troy Mikell
Director, Marketing & Communications
Mackin / (800) 245-9540
troy.mikell@mackin.com