Prime Wardrobe, Amazon's "try before you buy" shopping service first announced last summer, is officially out of beta and open to all Prime members in the U.S. as of today. The service has been gradually opening up to more customers over the course of the year, so many Prime members may have already had access before today's official unveiling.
Prime Wardrobe is Amazon's answer to the increasingly popular personalized shopping services like Stitch Fix and Trunk, which send a curated box of clothing to customers on a regular basis. These services allow consumers to try on clothing and other items in the home, then keep what they like and send back the rest.
AEA Purchasing awarded the Dell laptop contract for 2018 and 2019 to Erb's Technology Solutions (ETS) in April. The contract is for Dell's entire laptop lineup including the Dell Latitude 3000 series, 5000 series and 7000 series.
In addition to these laptops, Erb's was also awarded the entire Dell Chromebook lineup last fall.
Currently, 29 states have defined instructional materials to include digital versions; 30 allow the implementation; and six have required the use of digital curriculum. The latest update to the State Education Technology Directors Association's analysis of the digital learning landscape offered these metrics and others to highlight how state policies and guidance are evolving to support the shift to digital instructional materials for learning.