“With the increasing adoption of iPads by our subscribers, we wanted to offer our readers a chance to experience the full multimedia version of the digital magazine on their iPads – giving them the enhanced readability and functionality they need anytime and anywhere,” says Wendy LaDuke, President and Group Publisher, Education Group.
The app features all sections of the digital magazine including links to videos, live web feeds, websites, microsites, product information, photo slideshows, and much more. It also features offline reading, quick and easy bookmarking, and share options for articles, interviews, videos, and slideshows across social media and e-mail.
After celebrating its 40th anniversary, T.H.E. Journal went completely digital in August 2012, launching the industry’s first browser-based all-digital version of the magazine, complete with the same interactive multimedia features that will now be available on the iPad. The online magazine and new magazine app are provided to subscribers free of charge. All subscribers will have access to the new magazine app with the February 14, 2013 issue.
For subscribers who have been accessing the browser-based digital magazine anytime since August, T.H.E. Journal is entering their names into a prize drawing for a chance to win a $5,000 all-inclusive vacation for two. The winner will be announced on January 31, 2013 at the 3:15pm closing session of FETC. Throughout 2013, T.H.E. Journal will continue to give away an iPad mini each month to subscribers who access the magazine through the new app or the online browser-based version.
To learn more, sign up for a free all-digital subscription or download the free T.H.E. Journal magazine app, beginning with the February issue. Go to www.thejournal.com. Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/
About T.H.E. Journal
T.H.E. Journal is the premier K-12 technology information source used by district and school professionals in search of ideas and tools to help them leverage technology to improve teaching, learning, and school administration. K-12 administrators, technologists, educators and industry professionals rely on the high quality of T.H.E. Journal content to find information they need to solve the educational challenges of the 21st century. Founded in 1972, T.H.E. Journal is the oldest, continually published educational technology magazine on the market. Under the T.H.E. Journal brand, the editors produce a monthly digital magazine, website, newsletters, webinars, and online resources that provide valuable how-to content, best practices, industry trends, expert advice and insight to help all levels of K-12 education professionals successfully understand the impact of technologies on the teaching and administrative landscape in schools and districts nationwide. T.H.E. Journal is a partner of the globally-recognized FETC annual conference and its multitude off-shoot events, as well as the recently re-branded Learning Environments (formerly School & College Building Expo) conference, which helps showcase expert speakers, thought leaders, and technology solution experts, as well as provide valuable face-to-face or virtual networking opportunities, a forum for knowledge exchange, and vital professional development.
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