Center for Cyber Safety – Education Partners with AWE Learning on Launch of Platinum

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Chester, Mar 13, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – AWE Acquisition, Inc. dba AWE Learning, is excited to announce its recent partnership with the Center for Cyber Safety and Education. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, AWE Learning is the leading provider of digital learning solutions for public libraries throughout the United States and Canada.

AWE Learning’s newest products, Early Literacy Station Platinum, Bilingual Spanish Literacy Station, and AfterSchool Edge Platinum, each include more than 75 new software titles, spanning all STREAM subject areas (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, Math) for early learners. We are excited to have six (6) titles from the Center for Cyber Safety and Education on our new Platinum workstations. Garfield’s Cyber Safety Adventures products on the new Platinum platform include three interactive Garfield cartoons and three Garfield eComic books for the children to read. Lessons include Privacy, Safe Posting, and Cyberbullying. Garfield’s Cyber Safety Adventures is an award-winning product preferred by educators nationwide for its ability to engage children and foster retention of core cyber safety lessons.

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Through AWE Learning’s partnership with the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, their educational software titles will reach a larger audience and will positively impact early learners. The Center for Cyber Safety and Education’s educational activities help young learners to build school readiness skills, lead them to be successful in the classroom, and in their future. “It is important that we teach as many children as possible how to be safe and secure when online and AWE Learning gives us another great tool to do just that,” said Patrick Craven, Director of the Center. “No one is immune to the dangers of the internet and with the children getting online younger and younger, the danger grows. Any child, in a big city or small town, can fall prey to cyberbullying, comprised privacy, and more. There are countless apps, video games, and websites, where children can interact with complete strangers. Yet, children do not understand the dangers associated with their online activities.”

AWE Learning President & CEO, Dr. Deborah B. Sorgi, said, “We are delighted to partner with the Center for Cyber Safety and Education. Companies like the Center for Cyber Safety and Education offer a variety of premier educational content for our target age group and markets. Learning doesn’t only take place in the classroom. In today’s global and connected world, critical skills are learned and mastered all day long. By addressing the foundational literacy skills of early learners, we’re lowering the need for intervention programs. And we’re giving every child access to unlimited opportunities to grow and connect. We have no doubt that young patrons everywhere will greatly enjoy interacting on these exciting new titles.”

For more information on AWE Learning’s new products, please visit www.awelearning.com or call 888-293-0272.

About AWE Learning (http://www.awelearning.com)
AWE Learning provides comprehensive digital learning and early literacy solutions for young children in public libraries across the United States. Our mission is to inspire an enthusiasm for learning by supporting school readiness and literacy in the community. Through our dedication to high quality, STREAM-aligned content that is easy to use, we collaborate with libraries to highlight their role as community leaders in the pursuit of learning.

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About the Center for Cyber Safety and Education (www.IamCyberSafe.org)

The Center for Cyber Safety and Education (Center), is a non-profit charitable trust committed to making the cyber world a safer place for everyone. The Center works to ensure that people across the globe have a positive and safe experience online through its award-winning educational programs, scholarships, and research. Visit http://www.awelearning.com

Source :Center for Cyber Safety and Education

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