myON Named Best Digital and Media Literacy Solution by the Association of American Publishers

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The personalized literacy solution was selected as a 2017 REVERE Award honoree in the Classroom category

myON today announced that it has been honored by the Association of American Publishers (AAP) with the 2017 REVERE Award for the Best in Digital and Media Literacies. As one of many in a diverse group of innovative and rich educational resources in the Classroom category, myON’s win showcases the exceptional quality and vision of the personalized literacy environment that promotes literacy growth and students’ ownership of their learning.

For more than 50 years, the REVERE Awards (Recognizing Valuable Educational Resources) have identified the best content for educating learners on any platform: print, digital, or blended. The REVERE Awards’ evaluation process is rigorous, with both educator and industry professional judges evaluating each entry. This year’s finalists and winners, extensively vetted by educators and learning resource industry professionals, are exciting and engaging products that include classroom resources, whole curricula, magazines, and integrated marketing campaigns.

“We are truly honored to receive this award from an organization as prestigious as AAP,” said Todd Brekhus, president of myON. “This recognition reinforces myON’s continued commitment to providing students with the tools they need to succeed. We are dedicated to creating lifelong readers and truly making anytime and anywhere learning a reality for all.”

REVERE Award winners will be honored on May 25th at a special awards dinner, AAP Celebrates the Golden Lamp Awards and the Lamplighter Honors, held at the annual Content in Context (CIC) conference in Philadelphia. CIC provides practical, actionable insights on content, marketing, and business strategy for learning companies.

A full list of REVERE Awards winners can be found here.  Find out more about the REVERE Awards on Twitter using @REVEREAwards and #REVEREAwards.

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