Educational Technology

October 28, 2015

Shmoop Offers Customizable Online Courses, Giving Teachers the Flexibility They Need

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:40 am

by Benzinga

With Shmoop’s new customizable course option, teachers are no longer subject to the whims of online course providers. Now they can create the course that works best for their students. J.K. Rowling might not be thrilled if fans decided the Harry Potter books were better read in reverse order. But Shmoop (, a digital publisher known for its award-winning Test Prep and certified Online Courses, is all about mixing things up. Users with a Shmoop subscription or license can now mix and match any of Shmoop’s course content to fit their needs, whether those needs lean more toward Hufflepuff or Dark Lord. No one’s judging. Shmoop still provides the teen-friendly content—over 200 courses ranging from short units on Photoshop to year-long core courses in ELA, math, and history—but educators can now take it apart and put it back together again however they’d like.

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