BIRMINGHAM, Ala.–Publishers\u2019 Warehouse, an EBSCO Industries company, is proud to announce its engagement with the Alabama State Department of Education to support teachers and students with personalized repositories for learning materials. EBSCOed provides a centralized platform and support system placing all digital materials, including digital textbooks for teachers and students, in one location.Currently, learning materials are located on various platforms with separate logins, meaning lost instructional time. Remote learning compounds this challenge. \u201cThis is a game-changer for the way that teachers and students interact,\u201d said Kent Donges, chief revenue officer, STEMscopes by Accelerate Learning, Inc. \u201cDuring the pandemic and beyond, we are excited to partner with EBSCOed and Publishers\u2019 Warehouse to provide Alabama teachers and students with a central source for digital textbooks.\u201dEBSCOed, built in partnership by Publishers\u2019 Warehouse and EBSCO Information Services\u2019 Stacks,\u00a0launched in the spring of 2020\u00a0to quickly support Alabama students, teachers, and parents as they transitioned to distance learning. As Alabama classrooms move forward, the platform will support in-class and remote instruction\u2014integrating with learning management systems to provide a single user workflow for collaboration.\u201cEBSCOed does more than provide streamlined access to the publisher resources purchased by schools,\u201d said Kristin Delwo, founder of Stacks and vice president, SaaS Product & Technology Innovation at EBSCO. \u201cThe professional services provided by the Stacks team and the interoperability with learning management systems makes EBSCOed an essential partner for efficient classrooms.\u201d\u201cThe rapid response to support distance learning has been a challenge in Alabama and across the nation, but the innovation instigated by these efforts will improve the future of learning,\u201d noted Lisa Silver, president, Publishers\u2019 Warehouse.EBSCOed is anticipated to be fully integrated with Alabama\u2019s Schoology learning management system by December 2020 and will have the capability to integrate with other systems to improve access and connect teachers and students with the digital resources they need, when and where they need them.