April 17, 2017
Helsinki-based, edtech software company, 3DBear Ltd has signed an agreement with Junior Library Guild that serves over 22,000 schools and libraries in the U.S. 3DBear is an online learning tool for 3D printing, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) that is now available in the US through Junior Library Guild (JLG).
“We are very excited about partnering with JLG and starting the U.S. market as the U.S. is a pioneer in 3D printing and edtech,” says Kristo Lehtonen, CEO, 3DBear.
With 3DBear, any educator can master skills, step-by-step to the point where they can model and make whatever they want and integrate it to the school curriculum.
“Finland has a strong reputation in education and we believe that 3DBear’s offering fits perfectly with our overall offering. We are very much looking forward to the collaboration,” says Sean Lockwood, Vice President, Sales, Junior Library Guild.
Download more product information here: JLG-3DBear Product Flyer
Our mission is to help educators create an environment in which pupils can learn life skills that make them prevail in the 21st century – elicit collaboration, multidisciplinary skills, growth mindset, and creative problem solving. We strive to empower students to become active innovators and influencers who take initiatives with confidence.
We provide schools and educational institutions with relevant and contemporary content and game-like software that make learning engaging and fun. We apply modern technology and new forms of learning to achieve this. Our vision is that one day children will design and print their own toys at home. In the future, things are no longer mass-produced, stored nor transported long distances. This will save resources and nature, and consequently, makes the world a bit better place in which to live. 3DBear is a Finland-based company. Learn more: http://3dbear.io/.