We are thrilled to announce we are extending the free access to Explain Everything for closed schools until the end of July!
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It was March 10th when we first publicly expressed our desire to help teachers and students affected by temporary or indefinite emergency school closures by offering all new users free extended trials. The unprecedented traffic was certainly a challenge. But we did it!
Now, over a month later, the world is still adapting to the situation and we can see our work here is far from done.
We want to give you the chance to get to know our app at your own pace, without having to deal with any more costs or complications at the end of the school year.
There’s way too much stress in all of our lives now as is. So keep calm and teach on(line) — Free Extended Access will be available for closed schools until the end of July.
Haven’t applied for a free trial yet?
Nothing should disrupt education, and nothing has to.
It takes time to learn new tools and get used to online teaching. We want to give you both — the time and the tool, and we’re throwing some support in, too. Making sure your remote journey is as smooth as it can be is our priority right now.
That’s why we’ve also started organizing free live Q&A webinars every two weeks that can help you either get started or broaden your knowledge about our software and its functionalities. You ask, we answer, and better yet — we explain everything using Explain Everything!
Check out our upcoming live webinar schedule and reserve your spot.
How does it work?
If you applied before and are currently using the free trial, you don’t have to do anything — we got this. Your Extended Free Access has already been extended until the end of July. We hope that this extra time will help you get to know Explain Everything better and make your online teaching easier. It can be fun, too 🙂
Should you have any questions, please check out the FAQ in our previous article, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For quick help or just some tips & tricks, check out our Social Media: Explain Everything Community Group, Twitter or Instagram.