Zoom In interactive content now available through Snapplify
Snapplify given exclusive distribution rights to Oxford University Press South Africa innovative digital study series, Zoom In
An exclusive partnership between leading local educational publisher, Oxford University Press South Africa, and global edtech company, Snapplify, has made the publisher’s interactive content series, Zoom In, easily available to thousands of learners.
Covering the major South African subjects for Grades 10–12, in both English and Afrikaans, the Zoom In interactive products are designed to help learners tackle tough exam concepts, giving them the confidence to conquer all their exam questions. Interactive resources are integrated throughout, providing opportunities for self-assessment, as well as increased engagement, leading to deeper understanding of the subject matter.
For those signed up to Snapplify’s e-learning platform, Engage, free samples are downloadable, with all additional content available to check out via the digital library. The full series is also available to purchase by individual learners (through Engage or Snapplify’s online store), or in bulk via a school-wide licence.
‘Snapplify is committed to improving access to quality digital educational content, so we’re especially pleased to be distributing the Zoom In series, which really takes digital study to the next level. Using a range of interactive features, such as simulations, animations, games and activities with immediate feedback, videos, and more, Zoom In truly provides learners with the opportunity to get to grips with key concepts in the curriculum,’ said Snapplify’s Operations Director, Mark Seabrook.
The launch of the series comes at an exciting time, following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that all public schools will adopt digital education over the next six years – a project in which Snapplify and other stakeholders have been actively involved. While Snapplify’s suite of digital education solutions already aids independent study and provides parents and educators with the reassurance that learners are accessing curated, quality information, content like Zoom In provides additional features to facilitate learning and engagement.
To date, Snapplify has worked with over 1000 schools across the African continent, providing award-winning e-learning solutions and access to a catalogue of over 280 000 titles from leading local and international publishers. Snapplify has been internationally recognised by prestigious third parties – like the Reimagine Education Awards and the London Stock Exchange’s ‘Companies to Inspire Africa’ reports (2017 and 2019) – for their unique and diverse innovations in education.
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About Oxford University Press South Africa
Oxford University Press (OUP) is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. OUP is the world’s largest university press with the widest global presence. In South Africa, Oxford University Press is the number one literacy publisher, well-known for their reading schemes, the world’s most trusted dictionaries (including dictionaries in local languages), as well as innovative digital solutions for blended learning. They publish textbooks of high quality in various subject areas for the Basic and Higher Education markets. They pride themselves in taking great care to create content that speaks to the unique context and needs of the local market. Oxford University Press also supports teachers with free teacher workshops and recently launched the Institute of Professional Development for Educators, which offers SACE endorsed training courses earning participating educators CTPD points. All their education materials are of superior quality and they are committed to supplying these at the most affordable prices.