There is information on how to get the free 30-day trial (which does give
you access to all materials) at this location:
However, although I could NOT find a price, there is eventually a price to
this service, which appears to be geared toward public schools, rather than
private or home-based education. After reading through almost the entire
site, I still can't find the pricing.
Basically, however, it links video clips, images, and other teacher
resources so that students can keep up at home or at school. It touts
"self-paced learning," too.
It may be even the free trial is only available to schools, as it says to
"Contact your school's DC administrator if you do not yet have [a sign-up
[Moderators: Since a lot of other people (like me) may have thought this was
a great idea and looked into it, I thought I'd give enough information to
keep them from wasting their time.]
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Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 04:27:54 -0000
From: "hayleyhunter1618" <hayleyhunter1618@...
Subject: Digital Curriculum
Does anyone have information about Digitalcurriculum.com? I found a link
through our local school district's website. I remember seeing a post,
somewhere, about this, but can't remember where or what was said. I've
glanced through this website, but am not sure of what it's really about.
Any info or comments are welcome.
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