The sharing economy has changed the way we travel, shop, and commute, and now it’s transforming the way we learn. Recently, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) launched the Beta version of HMH Marketplace, which connects educators and edtech developers to help bring innovative resources to classrooms across the country. HMH Marketplace (Beta) offers thousands of resources to supplement classroom learning, including teacher-created materials such as supplemental lesson plans, flash cards, games and classroom decorations, as well as apps and learning solutions from technology innovators like Education.com, game developer Muzzy Lane and Microsoft. Customers can access these resources through a single gateway and explore both products and providers by subject, grade and more. The new online marketplace was designed by HMH’s dedicated incubation hub, HMH Labs, and provides educators with an easy and efficient way to access the breadth of supplemental educational tools offered by both developers and other teachers. HMH Labs is led by Claudia Reuter, the former CEO and co-founder of edtech company SchoolChapters, and Brook Colangelo, HMH’s CTO. Learn more.
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