Oxford University Press has announced the signing of contracts with three Israeli startup companies operating in the field of educational technology.
With Tiny Tap, Kidoz, and Total Boox, specializing in working with digitized books, the publisher plans to develop new products aimed at facilitating the lives of teachers and students.
Tiny Tap will do in the coming months by the digitization of core academic materials publishing, making them available for cross-platform systems interactive learning.
Total Boox will create on the basis of educational publishing materials, virtual library, in which you can pay only for that part of the tutorial that the client wants to read rather than purchase the whole book.
Kidoz will work with the content publisher intended for children.
The contracts were concluded by British-Israeli center for technology, working to encourage cooperation between Israeli and British companies.