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Bringing Together All Our Great Resources Under One Name

Renaming Graphite will make it even easier to find the support you need.

July 12, 2016
Erin Wilkey Oh Executive Editor, Education Marketing
Common Sense Education

CATEGORIES Common Sense News

Whether you're looking for tips on creating tech-rich learning opportunities in your classroom or seeking support in addressing key digital citizenship skills with students, the driving force is the same: Students need to be prepared for digital learning and life. And Common Sense Education is here to help you do just that. 

We've merged Common Sense Graphite with Common Sense Education, and we will be working over the next year to bring all of our offerings together -- not only under one name but also into one comprehensive website.

As we set our sights on bringing you more of the high-quality reviews, recommendations, tips, lesson plans, and digital citizenship resources you rely on, we recognize the importance of housing all our content for educators under one roof. That's why we've merged Common Sense Graphite with Common Sense Education, and we will be working over the next year to bring all of our offerings together -- not only under one name but also into one comprehensive website. 

Our first step is renaming Graphite, both on our social media channels and on the website. Today, the Graphite website is now Common Sense Education. All the great reviews and lesson plans you're familiar are still easily accessible -- with a new name and URL. 

So what does all this mean to you? First, be sure to follow @CommonSenseEd, the primary Twitter voice for Common Sense Education. Second, bookmark the new URL for our edtech ratings and teaching strategies, and know that the weekly email you receive from us will be called "What's New in EdTech." If you don't already get it, you can register and subscribe on the site or update your subscription preferences in your profile. You'll receive timely news and the best resources and advice on classroom tech integration right in your inbox.

Be sure to follow @CommonSenseEd on Twitter today.

Over time, it will get a lot easier to find the content you know and love, and you'll get the opportunity to discover new resources for your classroom, too. Plus, we'll be asking for your feedback along the way to make sure our combined website best meets your needs and the needs of your students. 

Thank you for joining us for this exciting transition. We're honored to continue supporting you as you prepare students to harness the power of technology for learning and life. 

Stay tuned for exciting changes and new resources in the months to come.

For more details on the changes to Common Sense Education, check out our FAQ page.

Questions? Email us at [email protected].