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AWE, Inc. Announces Evanston Public Library as 2013 Video Contest for Public Libraries Winner

July 2, 2013

Contest Showcases Creativity of Public Libraries and Rewards Winner with a Free Early Literacy Station from AWE

Chester, PA (PRWEB) July 02, 2013

AWE, Inc. announced the winner of its 2013 Video Contest for Public Libraries at its annual breakfast event for customers at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference in Chicago, Ill., on June 29, 2013.

Evanston Public Library garnered the most votes by the AWE staff for its entertaining and inspiring video.

"This award gives libraries a creative way to showcase their library and the value the Early Literacy Station computers provide—and to express their desire to have more,” said Michael Mok, VP of US Sales. “The entries are very fun to watch and it is always hard to select a winner. We would like to thank the many libraries that took time to apply for the video award. All of the submissions were unique and heart-warming."

The winner of the video contest, Evanston Public Library in Evanston, Ill., was present at the AWE customer breakfast event to receive the award. The award is a free Early Literacy Station or AfterSchool Edge (winner’s choice), which includes AWE’s full warranty and upgrades plan for three years.

The annual video contest is open to customers and non-customers alike. All of the submissions are available for viewing on AWE's YouTube channel.

The Early Literacy Station, AWE’s flagship digital product, is found in more than 35% of public library systems in the United States. It is an all-in-one computer system designed for children ages 2-8. It contains over 60 pre-loaded educational software programs, including Kid Pix 3D, Dora The Explorer, Math Doodles, and Sesame Street titles. It offers children a safe, standalone computer that does not require an Internet connection to operate. The software content spans all curriculum areas. The AfterSchool Edge is designed for the full range of elementary school ages, approximately 6-12 years old.

About AWE, Inc. (http://www.awelearning.com)

AWE's mission is to inspire every child to become a lifelong learner. AWE’s engaging digital learning solutions are found in public libraries, schools, child care centers, and other institutions. They provide self-directed learning environments, feature content spanning all curricular areas, and can be personalized for every learner.

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