What is e-Post?
e-Post is an exact replica of The Palm Beach Post in electronic form and is available in all counties. It differs from PalmBeachPost.com in that you can page through the entire newspaper on-line just like the printed version you receive at your door step.
What "perks" does the e-Post offer?
- Access to the last 30 days of editions
- Ability to have articles translated into over 50 languages
- Print, e-mail or save articles of interest
- Search for articles and photos by keyword and ads by keyword or category
- It's a great way to "Go Green"
How do I share e-Post with my students?
- Project articles to your class from your computer
- Allow your students to work individually at computers
- Have your students work on assignments at home or at the library using e-Post
How much does e-Post cost?
Thanks to generous donations from our newspaper subscribers and local organizations and businesses there is no cost to teachers who want to use e-Post in their classroom.
Will I need to order a user name and password for each student?
When you sign up for e-Post you will only receive one user name and password to access e-Post. You will want to order access, though, for your largest class size. This will allow you to sign that many students on at one time using the same user name and password. For example, if you order 25 licenses you can have 25 computers signed on to e-Post all at the same time. Even if you only plan on projecting articles from one computer in your classroom, sign up for a class size, as that is how many students will be viewing The Palm Beach Post.
What is the Teacher Admin Page?
The first time you register for e-Post you will receive two e-mails. One e-mail will confirm your order and the second e-mail will provide you with a password for your personal teacher administration page. This page will allow you to verify your e-Post access for the year or change your classroom login codes for e-Post.
How do I log into my Teacher Admin Page?
To log into your administrative site enter your e-mail address as the username. Your password will be the one that was e-mailed to you the first time you ordered e-Post. (The login codes for you to manage your NIE account are not the same codes you use to log into e-Post.) If you no longer have the password you can click on "Lost your password" to request that it be sent to you again. It will be e-mailed to you immediately. Once you have logged in you can change your login codes to access e-Post or you may also verify your access to the e-edition.
I have more questions. Who can I contact?
You can reach Nancy Jones in our NIE Department at 561-820-4648 or e-mail her at email@example.com.