What is Post ePaper?
Post ePaper 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.
Who can register for access to ePaper through NIE?
Access to the e-edition of The Post through the Newspapers In Education program is available to all teachers who intend to use the newspaper access for lesson plans and assignments. After registering, teachers may share the access link and classroom login with their students so they can complete assignments in the classroom, in their school or neighborhood library, or at home. Media Specialists may also order access through NIE if they will be using the access when working with students in the library. Media Specialists should not, however, order on behalf of the teachers at the school. The library resource copy does not fall under NIE guidelines.
What "perks" does Post ePaper offer?
- Access to the last 30 days of editions
- Ability to have articles translated into over 100 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 the electronic edition 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
How much does Post ePaper cost?
There is no cost to teachers who want to use the electronic edition.
Will I need to order a username and password for each student?
When you sign up for Post ePaper you will only receive one username and password for access. 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 username and password. For example, if you order 25 licenses you can have 25 computers signed on to Post ePaper 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. Or, if you are going to have all your students using the e-edition outside the classroom for homework assignments, you will want a license for each student.
How do I change my classroom login codes?
To change your classroom login codes email Nancy Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the Verify Access page?
At the end of each school year, we will send you an e-mail letting you know that it is time to verify your classroom access to the electronic edition for the year just completed. It’s a quick and easy process! Also, if the new registration window is open you will have the opportunity to pre-register for next year once you have verified your account.
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.