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New Features On Keen2learn Educational Games Website
Four years experience has allowed keen2learn to introduce a host of new features to their educational games web site. Originally aimed at teachers the site now attracts a growing number of parents wanting to support the learning process.
The world of e-commerce in the educational sector is moving at a phenomenal pace. Visitors to the site have grown substantially, fuelled by a growing awareness of the highly effective use of educational games in the classroom and at home. This has revealed a number of improvements suggested by customers; a wider page format, more products to the page, new on site search and a secure checkout process throughout. Although schools are switching over to credit card payment many still prefer to be invoiced on account. Keen2learn has two checkouts, one processes credit cards and the other raises a school quotation on account. Both operate with a secure checkout to protect customer details. A key feature of keen2learn is ethical pricing. Sickened by the shenanigans of airline websites, there are absolutely no hidden extras or delivery charges to emerge as you complete the keen2learn checkout. The price you see on the products is the final price paid.
The products have been carefully selected from specialist suppliers in the educational games, toys and puzzles market. Many are suitable for both school and home use, with a teaching resources section that includes specialised products designed for the classroom. Education is a changing market reflected in the recent addition of new products in renewable energy and special needs. “We are in an developing world where the fun based parental help in the schooling process can now really help children and schools keep up with the educational needs of tomorrow”, said Alistair Owens.
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On-line sales of educational games toys, puzzles and teaching resources matched to the curriculum. Customers include schools, teachers, nurseries and parents