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What is the e-Edition?

It's an exact replica of The Spokesman-Review print newspaper. Students can log onto any computer with internet access and flip through pages and skim headlines just as they would with the traditional newspaper.

What are the benefits of subscribing to the e-Edition?

Readers can view all of the text, photos, and advertisements exactly as they are printed in the daily papers, plus have the option to change the screen layout, move easily through pages and sections, and save and send articles with the click of a button.  

What is a license & how do I know how many I need?

A license is the equivalent of a (1) printed newspaper.

Your number of license should be equivalent to number of students and educators that would need access at any one time. This is generally the number of students you have on your roster.  

How do I "distribute" the e-Edition to my students?

You will be assigned a unique classroom username and password that you share with your students. The students use the login information to gain access to the e-Edition.

Do I have to use the same username and password assigned by NIE, or may I change it to make it easier for me to remember?

You must use the username & password assigned by NIE.

Do students have to use the same computer(s) every day?

No, your classroom subscriptions to the e-edition can be accessed on multiple computers.