Glogster Content Library Hits Milestone in Growth


A year ago, we started out on a mission. A mission to take our categorized library of educational posters and, with your help, turn it into a one-stop resource for students and teachers around the world. We had a vision of educators searching through user-created posters to find the perfect visual aid for a presentation, and learners using the Glogpedia library as a powerful research tool for their own projects. In short, we wanted to create an ever-growing, ever-improving interactive digital textbook, covering every educational topic imaginable. One year later, and we are well on our way to achieving this goal, with a staggering 40,000 top-quality resources available in the Glogpedia library!

What does this mean for you as a user? It means 40,000 stories coming to life. It means 40,000 ways to show information, rather than tell it. It means 40,000 engaging pages that will grab learners’ attention and make them thirsty for more. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, a multimedia poster must be worth ten times that, and 40,000 multimedia posters… well, we’ll let you do the math!

The best part is that all of these resources, hand-picked by our content team for accuracy and appeal, are readily available online or via our mobile apps, categorised by subject and discipline so that you can find exactly what you’re looking for in mere seconds. Want to add your own personal touch to Glogpedia content? Simply click ‘Make a Copy’ and open your own editable version. As you can see, these 40,000 glogs truly are your own to be informed and inspired by.

We are very proud of this achievement, but we certainly can’t claim all the credit! Without our worldwide team of learners and educators creating incredible content, and everybody who has seen a great glog and nominated it to us, Glogpedia would not be the bastion of collaborative knowledge that it is. And the journey doesn’t end here – the joy of Glogpedia is that it grows with you and your expertise. So keep nominating your own posters and help shaping the future of the  Glogpedia library.

Written by Alicia Lewis

Written by Alicia Lewis

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