Amazon is committed to building effective learning solutions to support educators and students.
How can Amazon help you meet your goals?
Amazon Inspire is a service for the search, discovery and distribution of digital educational resources. Supporting the company’s commitment to making the connected classroom a reality, Amazon Inspire provides educators—regardless of funding or location—access to digital teaching resources with rich features such as search, discovery and peer reviews.
Amazon Education’s LMS integrated store makes finding and assigning course materials easier than ever. Faculty build course material lists from Amazon’s selection, then students shop for a format that fits their budget and study preference—print or digital, rent or buy.
TenMarks, an Amazon company, provides solutions that enable you to differentiate learning and help every student reach their potential. Created and led by educators and technologists, TenMarks has built its CODIE award-winning instructional program to provide teachers with comprehensive, web-based math curriculum resources built from the ground up to align with common core and state standards. It features powerful teaching resources, engaging lessons and data-driven insights. Today TenMarks Math is used by teachers in more than 85% of school districts in the U.S.
More than 5,000 education customers use the AWS Cloud to lower IT costs, launch student analytic initiatives, and prepare students for STEM careers. Whether you are starting your cloud journey or you have a cloud first strategy, AWS has a solution to help facilitate teaching and learning, launch student analytics initiatives, and manage IT operations. AWS delivers solutions that lower costs, scale applications, respond quickly in emergencies, and meet the ever-changing needs of the modern student.
With the rapidly growing job skills gap and the dramatically increasing demand for cloud employees, AWS Educate provides students and educators with access to free content, training, collaboration portals, and access to AWS services. AWS Educate is Amazon’s grant-based, global initiative to greatly accelerate cloud-related learning endeavors and to power the innovative startups, corporations, governments, and research organizations of tomorrow.
Amazon Business for Education
Amazon Business has everything you love about Amazon, tailored to serve all types of schools. Create an account for yourself, your school district, college, or university and get, tax-exempt purchasing, price discounts and other features optimized for educators. Enroll multiple teachers, admins, and staff. Create approval workflows and use POs to track orders. Get access to millions of products offered exclusively to Amazon Business customers. You can also try Business Prime Shipping to get unlimited FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of eligible items for everyone in your business account. Find everything you need for your school, including books, computers, classroom supplies, furniture, toys, and more.
Amazon Prime Student gives college students FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of items, referral bonuses, unlimited photo storage, discounts on newly released video games, and other special offers. After a six-month free trial, it’s just $49 a year—half the price of a regular Amazon Prime membership—including unlimited streaming of movies, TV, and music with Prime Video and Prime Music, and more. To learn more, visit amazon.com/join student.
With Amazon Education Publishing you can publish content in multiple media types while you maintain creative control, own your copyright, earn royalties, and distribute to students and learners globally. Use free services from Amazon and its affiliates for independent publishing and gain access to additional tools to easily publish:
Print-on-demand physical textbooks and educational materials using CreateSpace
Amazon Catalyst provides funding and mentorship for bold, impactful, solutions-focused projects proposed by students, faculty, and staff at select universities. The program launched at its first university, the University of Washington, in November 2015.
The same passion we have for reading applies to student literacy. When students have access to books and read more, as they do with Kindle eReader, they can learn more.