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Early World of Learning Gets a New Interface and Name

Author // Erica Clay Friday, 09 August 2019

On August 15, World Book is releasing a new and improved interface for Early World of Learning. With the new look comes a new name: World Book Early Learning.

World Book Early Learning is an interactive learning environment where the youngest explorers have fun while immersed in content and tools that will prepare them for a successful educational journey!

Features of the new interface include:

  • Animated homepage to appeal to young children
  • Device agnostic for seamless access in the classroom or on the go
  • Proprietary stories utilizing small bursts of content to support microlearning
  • Game-based, disguised learning opportunities
  • Early childhood curriculum reinforcement through videos, images, & activities
  • Spanish content (coming at the end of August)

Here's what you'll find in World Book Early Learning:

  • 125+ Videos
  • 353 Photographs
  • 89 Stories
  • 400+ Activities
  • Educational Games

The "For Grownups" section includes educator resources such as:

  • Guided Reading Program information
  • curriculum correlations
  • Lexile reading levels
  • lesson plans
  • downloadables

Many Early World of Learning users look for the icon rather than reading the name, so INFOhio will keep the icon as is for the first semester. Since the name change will move World Book Early Learning to a different place in most INFOhio resource lists, please help the young learners you know find World Book Early Learning on the INFOhio website.

Find registration links for upcoming World Book webinars—including one for World Book Early Learning—here.

If you have questions, contact us at support.infohio.org.

About the Author

Posted by: Erica Clay

Erica Clay is the Director of INFOhio. Prior to this, she was a member of INFOhio's Instructional Team. Before joining the INFOhio team, Erica was a Library Director and a Humanities Librarian in academic libraries, a Knowledge Management Editor at a university, and taught K-8 music and PreK. She earned a BA in English and Music and a Master of Humanities from Wright State University, and a Master of Library Science from Indiana University.

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