Monday, 31 July 2017

Amazon has become an inspiration to a new outlook on teaching and delivering lessons

A Site inspired by the Amazon Web Services is letting schools and teachers upload and access to the unlimited classroom and educational resources are now made available at the end of this year. With the aim of developing a broad database of lesson plans, projects, videos, games, test and other contents that schools and teachers throughout the US cloud exchange and share with each other free of charge. But the Website is now facing some issues when Amazon dismissed several items that were subject to copyright concerns with the lesson plans created by other rival educational site.  The spokesperson of Amazon told GeekWire that this week the site will be open to everyone in the educational community.  

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