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We are proud to announce that ProQuest SIRS® Issues Researcher is a finalist for the 2014 SIIA Education CODiE Awards for Best Social Sciences Instructional Solution.

Earning this distinction year over year represents a solid track record of technology innovation and responsiveness to the changing needs in K-12 education. The SIIA CODiE Awards are the premier award for the software and information industries. Representing product excellence across 31 Education categories, 119 products are finalists in this competitive and coveted achievement.

SIRS Issues Researcher helps students make sense of the world by offering relevant, credible resources necessary for the research and understanding of 330+ current and pervasive Leading Issues. Aligned to Common Core, state and national learning standards, articles, graphics, charts, maps, government documents and other resource types are hand selected from more than 2,100 highly targeted sources. Product features such as Topic Overview pages, Essential Questions and Global Impact help build a solid foundation for understanding the issues. By telling the whole story with viewpoints from the pros and cons, to everything in-between, greater comprehension of the issue by the student is achieved.

To read the entire press release, click here.

10 Apr 2014

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