Glose Education Launches at FETC 2020 Offering Social, Collaborative Reading

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Glose SAS today announced the launch of Glose Education, an adaptive reading and learning platform for students and teachers. 

Glose Education, which is making its debut in the U.S. K-12 education market at the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC), was built with input from students and educators in middle schools, high schools, and universities. 

Glose Education is a collaborative and personalized digital reading platform for use in classrooms, schools, libraries, and at home. Offering access to more than one million e-books, Glose Education fosters a social, fun, and engaging reading experience. Drawing on the familiarity and benefits of safe social networking, the platform allows students to read and comprehend both on their own and with their peers. They can read, discover, annotate, and share text with other students.

Educators can create virtual book clubs and leveled reading groups, provide an adaptive reading experience with writing prompts and discussion starters, and see how each student is interacting with the text. With access to real-time data, school leaders can make informed decisions while creating a curated digital library that their students can access anytime, anywhere. 

Glose Education is available on iOS, Android, and the web, while also allowing for offline usage in order to ensure equitable access for all. Students and teachers can get started with access to thousands of free e-books, with more than one million titles available on the enterprise edition for schools and districts. 

FETC attendees can connect with Glose at booth #1435j in the Start-Up Pavilion.