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KCP business cards two ways

favicon I posted a picture of the Kindle Classroom Project business card on Instagram last night, and it struck a nerve. For instance, TEACHER VOICES contributor Marni Spitz requested 10,000 of them. In case you missed it:

KCP Business Card

(If you’re wondering, that’s not my hand.) I’d like to thank Iris and Donovan (San Diego, CA) for designing and producing these cards.

How do you get your hands on one of these? There are three ways:

1. Become a KCP teacher or student,
2. Become a KCP donor,
3. Implore and supplicate aggressively, and maybe I’ll give you one.

If you’re not one of the lucky few to procure the physical business card, perhaps the digital one will suffice. I’m pretty proud of it, actually. (The URL is http://j.mp/kcpinfo.)

The digital business card contains key information for KCP teachers, students, and donors, including:

– a description of the KCP and the updated Kindle Library,
– multiple ways to contact me (via phone, email, and text),
– easy links for students to request books and record finished books,
– easy ways for generous donors to contribute.

Go ahead: Save this digital business card on your phone’s home screen so you’re never far away from the Kindle Classroom Project! favicon

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