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Squigl offers free access to all features to support distance learning in schools affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Public education institutions affected by COVID-19 are eligible for get free access to Squigl. Squigl empowers distance and online learning and keeps students engaged. So scroll to the bottom of this post and fill out the form to contact us about enrolling your institution.
Empowering Virtual Learning
The outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) has caused many educational institutions to close temporarily. They are relying on or researching new distance learning capabilities. Squigl is working to support educators and learners with the tools they need to engage physically in the classroom or virtually. We are committed to supporting educators and learners in successful distance and online learning at all times.
Innovative Ways for Students to Engage
Educators and students turn their lessons, homework, summaries, and responses into video. Squigl videos are designed to be effective at transferring knowledge and engaging viewers. And we can support groups that aren’t used to video creation because Squigl turns text-based learning content to video in just a few clicks. Content that builds connections while fostering collaboration to help students stay on track even when they can’t attend school.
How to get Access
Eligible K-12 schools and higher education institutions will be able to use Squigl at no cost starting March 10th for as long as they’re affected by the coronavirus outbreak time. Homeschoolers, as well as distance learning educators are eligible as well. If your education institution is concerned about the coronavirus, contact us to get free access to Squigl.