We've collected some commonly asked questions about the move here. If your question isn't answered, please get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
Q: When is the move happening?
A: Zoom is now available on next generation Kerboodle, providing you with even more support for the 2014 curriculum.
Q: What is Kerboodle?
Kerboodle provides blended, online resources to accompany a wide range of courses. It contains an extensive bank of teaching material, including time-saving lesson presentation, a wide variety of resources, and a range of assessment tasks and tests. Most content is customisable and you can add in your own resources. Kerboodle Books, online version of the Student Book, are also available.
For more information about next generation Kerboodle, please visit our new Kerboodle hub following the link on the right.
Q: Why the move to Kerboodle?
A: Technology moves on at a fast pace, and it was time for the OxBox to undergo a thorough revision, so that you can use it whenever and however you need to.
Q: What's changing?
A: We've taken on board what you've said you like, and what you don't, to improve OxBox and Kerboodle in the best way. Next generation Kerboodle gives you access to all of the top features, with updated and new functionality. It is also accessible via a wide range of devices, including iPads*.
*The Record and Playback functions are not available on some tablet devices including iPads.
Q: How is the new Kerboodle different from the old Kerboodle?
Q: How do I sign up?
A: You can order your annual licence now via our website: follow the link on the right.
Alternatively, you can contact Customer Services on 01536 452620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: How will I log on?
A: When you purchase your licence you will be asked to supply a contact email address. You will receive an email at that address with your login details and a link to activate your account.
Q: How can I find out more or get more support?
A: Please contact your local Educational Consultant, visit www.oxfordsecondary.co.uk/mfl or email email@example.com.
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