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SAFARI Montage and Streamable Learning Announce Partnership

The goal of the partnership is to support modern classroom initiatives, such as global education, blended learning, experiential learning, and project-based learning, among others.
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SAFARI Montage announces a partnership with Streamable Learning, provider of live and interactive programs to K-12 classrooms. The partnership will provide customers with access to hundreds of live and recorded educational events from the Streamable Learning content community via the SAFARI Montage Learning Object Repository (LOR).

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The integration provides SAFARI Montage users with Single Sign-On access to Streamable Learning’s live streaming educational programming along with federated search access to a library of recorded events and virtual field trips via the LOR. The goal of the partnership is to support modern classroom initiatives, such as global education, blended learning, experiential learning, and project-based learning, among others.

For more information, including how to get started with a pilot program, contact SAFARI Montage atcs@safarimontage.com

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