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This year's popular special offers at Digital Wish
Posted by Jonathan Gallup at 02:16:26 PM Thu 06/14/2012

With the school year winding down, I wanted to share the most popular deals still available at Digital Wish. Here's the list:

We want to know what you are wishing for! Over the Summer, we will be working with manufacturers and publishers to create more grants and special offers to help you outfit your classroom with technology tools. Please send us your product suggestions using our Product Suggestion Tool, and have a great Summer!

Up to 42% off Printers with Free Recycling
Posted by Sky Kochenour at 05:57:35 PM Wed 05/30/2012

Dell laser printers are now available on Digital Wish for up to 42% off with an extended 3-year Advanced Exchange warranty included!  Prices start at just $92.  Dell is also offering  free laser printer recycling with your order.  Here’s the link:

We’re still running the deals for free CD-ROM software (for older computers), the $79 USB document camera, inexpensive refurbished laptops with great warranties, and low cost Nikon digital camera bundles. http://www.digitalwish.com/dw/digitalwish/deals

USB Document Camera for $79.95
Posted by Sky Kochenour at 03:53:09 PM Thu 05/10/2012

We are excited to offer educators a USB document camera for only $79.95!  Included with the USB document camera is a bonus Adventures in Technology lesson plan book to help you more effectively utilize technology in the classroom.  Check out some of the document camera’s great features, and click here for full information.


  • Versatile, powerful, and compact USB document camera
  • Multi-jointed stand positions
  • 2 Megapixel camera; macro mode from as close as 2” (5 cm) away
  • Custom software and one-touch snapshot feature
  • Continuous or single-click autofocus

We also still have FREE software ($5.95 shipping and validation fee applies) available.  Check them out here!

FREE CD-ROM Software
Posted by Sky Kochenour at 06:50:13 PM Fri 05/04/2012

Digital Wish just got a huge donation of CD-ROM software to give away to schools.  If you have older computers, this is a great way to put them to use! Pick from a wide variety of titles in all core subjects.  Click here to check them out.

Since we’re a nonprofit, we only ask that you pay the cost of shipping and handling ($5.95) so that we can mail it to you!

BrainPOP! Buy One, Give One Free - Double Your Impact!
Posted by Sky Kochenour at 01:05:50 PM Wed 04/18/2012

If you haven't heard of BrainPOP, it's an award-winning and proven online educational resource that includes hundreds of standards-aligned animated topics, quizzes, activities, and more!

There are four different BrainPOP classroom subscriptions are now available on Digital Wish through our new "Buy-one-Give-one" program. With each purchase of a BrainPOP subscription, Digital Wish and BrainPOP will donate a free subscription to a Title I school of your choosing. If you have no preference, Digital Wish can choose the recipient school for you. The subscriptions available for purchase and donation are:

iPad and Tablet Mobile Lab
Posted by Sky Kochenour at 03:15:01 PM Tue 04/10/2012

If you are looking for an inexpensive rolling crate for your iPads or tablets, we just launched one. For just $349.95, you can protect your investment for less than the cost of a single tablet!  Each rolling mobile lab can be configured with either 10 or 12 tablet slots and comes with a TSA approved lock.  Check it out here!

April Grant Deadlines
Posted by Sky Kochenour at 02:26:26 PM Wed 03/28/2012

April 15th is the next deadline for Digital Wish’s grants.  We have 7 grants in total with awards for movie maker and podcasting software, a clipart subscription and more!  Check them all out here or pick from the list below:

Laptops Mean 1:1 Learning at Dover Elementary
Posted by Celia Olson at 03:33:48 PM Mon 12/05/2011

e-Vermont and partner Digital Wish are helping to expand the world of learning for every 4th, 5th, and 6th grader in this rural southern Vermont town. Each week a trainer from Digital Wish joins their teachers for lessons that integrate technology into the curriculum. Along with the lessons, each student is outfitted with their very own laptop computer that is theirs for the entire school year. 1:1 classrooms such as these are repeatedly shown to stimulate learning and personal responsibility. The Dover students reflect this. When asked if they were excited about Digital Wish coming into their classroom, the answers ranged from “YES!” to “Yes maam” to “Whoo hoo!”

Through its work in schools around Vermont, Digital Wish has learned the importance of focusing its first unit on digital citizenship and cyber safety. “We know that whatever happens online, we can tell a parent and not feel ashamed,” explains one student. “We know how to respond to something we’ve never had to respond to before like cyber bullying.” These are valuable skills to instill in these young digital citizens.

These Dover students are now prepared to take their personal laptops home every night. The hope is that the students will become the teachers and connect their families to the tech skills they are learning in school. The value of these lessons is not lost on the students. “I think it will help because you use technology a lot and most jobs do include some sort of technology and if you learned it right now it’s really easy to just have it in the future.”

Read more about Digital Wish and e-Vermont’s School Modernization Initiative at http://schoolmodernizationinitiative.wordpress.com/.

Dover kids with netbooks

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