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11 Aug 2021

MagicBox™ Eases Digital Content Distribution for Plural Publishing

MagicBox™ is excited to announce a new partnership with Plural Publishing in the United States. The company offers a wide range of content across multiple disciplines associated with communication sciences and disorders.

Plural Publishing is known for its leading scientific, academic, and clinical publications in speech-language pathology, special education, audiology, singing, and otolaryngology.

10 Jun 2021

MagicBox Named “Best Student Personalization Solution” by EdTech Breakthrough Awards

MagicBox™ has been recognized as the Best Student Personalization Solution by the EdTech Breakthrough Awards 2021. This is another validation of the hard work and dedication of the Magic team in continuously innovating on the digital learning platform and arming it with cutting edge tools to ease education.

We have always been committed to providing all participants in the education sector, including publishers, educators, educational institutions and students, with just the right tools to optimize education delivery and learning.

Our commitment was put to the test with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, when schools across the world moved online en-masse. The team at MagicBox was able to move with agility to ensure scalable and flexible educational solutions that could enable schools and educators to ensure seamless remote learning.

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26 May 2021

With GG4L, MagicBox™ Adds Robust Rostering and User Identity Management Tools

Award-winning digital learning platform, MagicBox™, has partnered with Global Grid for Learning (GG4L), a public benefit corporation, to bring improved rostering and user identity management tools to the platform. With these tools, educational institutions and educational service providers can manage all their rostering and student information from a single dashboard, rather than having to resort to multiple apps.

GG4L, which is committed to open data interoperability standards, secure data exchange and stringent compliance of student data privacy regulations, offers a rostering tool that provides multiple benefits beyond those offered by the usual industry standard app today.

“We are very excited to partner with a company that shares our values and commitment to making education delivery simpler and easier for everyone concerned. We believe that the integration of GG4L’s features with MagicBox will truly simplify our rostering process.” said Harish Agrawal, Senior Vice President at Magic EdTech.

01 May 2021

MagicBox™ Builds the Foundation for Growth for PebbleU by Technics Publications

PebbleU chose MagicBox™ for its subscription-based business-to-business platform focusing on data-related books and videos. Using MagicBox’s functionality, the material is grouped into “pebbles” that support both micro-learning and traditional skillset pathways. Learning is reinforced using certifications, quizzes, highlights, notes, and social media. Access is through the Web or via the PebbleU Apple and Android apps, online or offline

Using MagicBox’s filtering and category functionality, content is organized into the Four D’s of Data: Discipline (Data Governance, Data Strategy, Data Management, Data Modeling, Data Architecture, Data Quality, Data Literacy, Databases, and Semantics), Discovery (Analytics, Statistics, AI, Robotics, Data Science, Machine Learning, BI, Data Warehouse, Data Lake, Visualization, and Storytelling), Development (Agile, UI Design, Distributed Ledger, Integration, Networking, Operations, Programming Languages and Tools, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing), and Direction (Business Analysis, Culture, Communication, Enterprise Architecture, BPM, Leadership, Management, Privacy, and Security).

PebbleU is owned by Technics Publications, which has published more than 150 data-related titles, including best-sellers like DAMA’s DMBOK, Data Lake Architecture by Bill Inmon, and Telling Your Data Story by Scott Taylor.