Shop e-Readers University and K12 School Partners
Shop e-Readers is proud to pioneer digital readers in the classroom. We have established relationships with many Universities in Canada that sell our devices in their student stores. We also participate in orientation days at many schools in British Columbia to introduce students and parents to tablets and electronic readers.
All schools that fall under our digital initiative are provided display stands that come with a free demo unit. This is a fully functional e-reader that gives people a chance to play with it before making the buying decision. In addition, all of our devices are shipped with a free DVD Video Tutorial that teaches you everything you need to know. Finally, all of our devices come with 100 free eBooks to get you reading right away. We also handle the technical support aspect, so if students have any problems they can visit our own Good e-Reader Tech Forum.
If you are a University in Canada or Australia your school can benefit from doing business with our company. You may elect to send us an email to email@example.com and ask any questions. We normally ship all orders with a PO and offer flexible payment options for established learning environments.
Simon Fraser University
Simon Fraser University gains a number of e-readers, screen protectors and leather cases to sell to their students. Diligent young scholars will have the opportunity to purchase the devices for use in the classroom right in the store. Amazon provides thousands of digital textbooks that can be used in various programs and have the option to surf the internet and listen to lectures in audio format.
“We are very excited to be dealing with SFU.”said Kelly Hannah of Shop e-Readers. “This is a great opportunity for us to deal an educational institution focused on innovation and promoting a green environment. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with SFU and other schools in the lower mainland.”
Shop e-Readers has struck a new deal with Vancouver Community College to bring e-readers to the classroom. Starting in a few weeks at the Broadway and Downtown campus will begin to sell Kindle e-Readers in the student bookstores.
The Kindle e-Reader continues to be one of the most dominant e-readers in the market and has great relevance for the overall student body. Not only can you read books purchased from Amazon such as Fiction and Non-Fiction but also course material. There are many textbooks that are part of various programs that be purchased or loaned directly from Amazons new student textbook store. You can save up to 65% on your remedial reading for your various courses, so it pays to go digital.
University of British Columbia
UBC has become our newest client and is one of the largest Universities in Canada. Our goal is to have numerous models in stock in the bookstore for the fall semester.
St Johns Private School
St. John's School, located in Vancouver, British Columbia, is an independent, IB World School for boys and girls Grades Kindergarten to 12. They have purchased numerous e-Readers from our company and will be dispensing them to the staff and libraries.
York has a student population of approximately 51,000, 7,000 staff,
and 250,000 alumni worldwide. It has eleven faculties, including the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Schulich School of Business, Osgoode Hall Law School, Glendon College, the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Fine Arts, the Faculty of Health, the Faculty of Environmental Studies, Lassonde School of Engineering, and 28 research centres.
Western University Canada
Western University, commonly referred to among Canadian universities as Western, is a public research university located in London Ontario Canada. The university's main campus covers 455 hectares (1,120 acres) of land, with the Thames River running through the eastern portion. Western administers a wide variety of academic programs between 12 faculties, professional schools and three affiliated university collegesCapilano University
Capilano University is an undergraduate-focused, public, coeducational, teaching-intensive university located in the District of North Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. It is enabled by the University Act, enrolling its first students in 1968. The school was established by local school boards and residents of the North Shore and Howe Sound on the need for a public institution serving the local communities. Initial enrollment was 784 students in 1968, and as of 2009, student enrollment has grown to 7,500 students. Under the direction of President Greg Lee, Capilano was redesignated from a community college to a university. Capilano's academic offerings include liberal arts, professional, and career programs, leading to certificates, diplomas, and degrees at the primarily undergraduate level.
Shop e-Readers has announced today that it has reached a new agreement with the Okanagan College to carry e-readers in its campus bookstore. Starting immediately, at the main branch in Kelowna, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and Kindle e-Reader will be available for students to purchase. The new e-reader demo area will provide diligent young scholars with the ability to play with the devices and get information to aid in a buying decision.
Carla Macfarlane, General Merchandise Buyer, OC Campus Store, said, “Okanagan College Campus Store is excited to partner with Shop e-Readers, to provide students and staff with e-readers and tablets and digital content for them. We are looking forward to a successful relationship and expanding our line in the near future!”
Eric Johnson, Sales Director at Shop e-Readers, said, “We are very excited to offer students the latest generation Kindle tablets and e-readers at Okanagan College. It is important that Canadian students have access to the most cutting edge technology to enhance their education.”