Ipswich, MA -- November 11, 2020. EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) announces new collaboration with PowerSchool, a leading provider of K-12 education technology solutions, to facilitate easy access and inclusion in course programming for teachers and students via EBSCOed powered by Stacks.
EBSCOed is offered by EBSCO, a leader in research content and information platforms. The EBSCOed portal serves as a single access point to all approved educational resources across the state or within a school district's community. The portal, powered by EBSCO's web-based content management system Stacks, makes it possible for schools to aggregate and streamline access to all of their digital resources in a single personalized experience that is interoperable with other popular tools. EBSCO is collaborating with PowerSchool to integrate Schoology Learning, PowerSchool's learning management system, with Stacks. Schoology Learning combines everything needed for teaching and learning in one place, and is designed to help schools and districts improve student performance while enabling equity and access for every student, at home, at school, or anywhere in between.
EBSCO Vice President, SaaS Product Technology and Innovation, and Stacks Founder Kristin Delwo says the integration of PowerSchool will help deliver a customized experience for schools and school districts utilizing Stacks. "With EBSCOed powered by Stacks, teachers and students are able to access all of their digital resources in one place. By collaborating with PowerSchool, users can more easily access resources from within PowerSchool, as well as send resources to Schoology Learning from EBSCOed."
With the speed of technological advancements today, there has never been a better time to form a collaboration among the market leaders within the industry. From the front office to the classroom to the home, PowerSchool helps schools and districts efficiently manage instruction, learning, grading, attendance, assessment, analytics, state reporting, special education, student registration, talent, finance and HR. And now, with this new collaboration with EBSCO, research content and information platforms continue to bolster the ever-growing PowerSchool partner offerings.
PowerSchool's Partner Program is an exclusive collection of Independent Software Vendors (ISV) partners who are critical to our customers and the company's mission to power the education ecosystem with unified technology that helps educators and students realize their potential, in their way. PowerSchool's Partner Program promotes the delivery of comprehensive solutions to all areas of management of a classroom, school, school district, or state, by providing integration tools for an enhanced user experience.
EBSCO is a PowerSchool Learning Application Partner - independently integrating with PowerSchool.
"At PowerSchool, we are committed to providing educators with the tools they need to help all students succeed," said PowerSchool Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, Alan Taylor. "Enabling easy access to high-quality content right within Schoology Learning through our partnership with EBSCO will help teachers both save time and facilitate engaging lessons through EBSCO's educational resources."
For more information on PowerSchool's Partner Program, visit powerschool.com/company/partners/ or email PartnerProgram@PowerSchool.com.
About EBSCO Information Services
EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) is the preeminent provider of online research content and search technologies serving academic, school and public libraries; healthcare and medical institutions; corporations; and government agencies around the world. From research, acquisition management, subscription services and discovery to clinical decision support and patient care, learning, and research and development, EBSCO provides institutions with access to content and resources to serve the information and workflow needs of their users and organizations. EBSCO Information Services is a division of EBSCO Industries, Inc., a family owned company since 1944. For more information, visit the EBSCO website at: www.ebsco.com.