FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WTVP Brings Free Digital Resources to Central Illinois Educators
Teachers' Domain® offers free online media for classroom use and professional development
Monday, January 13th, 2011
WTVP-Public Television is lending teachers a helping hand with a new online service that puts the best of Public Television’s educational content literally at their fingertips. Teachers' Domain® is an expanding library of thousands of media resources—including video and audio segments, Flash interactives, images, and documents—perfect for the modern classroom where digital media is increasingly important to student learning and teacher on-going education. Registration for the service is free and easy at
“WTVP has always been proud of its role as a provider of educational tools and support services, and is pleased to bring this valuable service to educators,” said Linda Miller, WTVP’s VP of Programming and Communication. “Teachers' Domain provides an easy-to-use and comprehensive source for innovative materials that will help K-12 teachers incorporate technology in the classroom and inspire students to learn.”
Teachers’ Domain’s expanding library is garnered from public television favorites—NOVA, Nature, Frontline, Cyberchase and more—and other trusted content partners such as NASA, NOAA and dozens of universities, museums and libraries. The service includes more than 5,000 support materials, lesson plans, and activities with both state and national standards correlations. And a social media feature allows users to personalize their experience, share information and upload their own material.
For more information on this service
[Click Here] or call (309) 495-0591
Through broadcast and outreach activities, WTVP has been serving the communities of Central Illinois since 1971. Now on the Internet, WTVP provides quality educational content to the world. WTVP and wtvp.org—Public Media for Central Illinois.
For further information contact Linda Miller, WTVP Vice President of
at (309) 495-0591 or email@example.com
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