We’re thrilled to announce that videos, the item most requested by our customers, have been added to the multimedia mix in National Geographic Kids. With 92 videos, each tailored to be accessible and understandable to young learners, the resource has become even more engaging.
Did you know…dogs not only point themselves, they also do it when humans point. Whichever way their person directs them with a hand gesture or point that’s the direction the dog will go. Learn more about dogs, how they communicate with us, and what they try to tell us with their moves and expressions in National Geographic Kids How to Speak Dog: A guide to decoding dog language.Check it out or call your rep for more information.
We are pleased to announce the release of the following enhancements to the National Geographic Virtual Library (NGVL) and National Geographic Kids. The following upgrades went live in both products on November 3, 2014:
What makes working for National Geographic a fulfilling experience and why should you be excited to add National Geographic Virtual Library to your collection? Find out straight from the source. In a continuation of our interview with the Geographic, we had the pleasure of interviewing Anne Marie Houppert.
Did you know…the earliest known snow skiers were from 8000 B.C. in the Altay region of China? However there is some dispute on this as others have said skiing started in Scandinavia. Read all about the history of skiing in National Geographic Virtual Library’s “The World’s First Skiers.” Check it out or call your rep for more information.