AllofE Launches edYOUcator Search Engine

LAWRENCE, Kan.—AllofE Solutions ( launched edYOUcator, a new search engine designed especially for educators, on Thursday, Feb. 10. EdYOUcator provides quick and easy access to lesson plans, units and other instructional materials by aggregating content from many educational resources across the World Wide Web. With the new edYOUcator search engine, educators can search for information based on subject area, grade, keywords and more.

Although the official launch date for edYOUcator was Feb. 10, not everyone will have immediate access. A few users of the #edYOUcator hashtag on Twitter will be randomly selected each day for early access to the new search engine (follow @allofek12 for more details). The contest will run Monday-Friday between 9-6 CST from Feb. 10 – Feb. 18. After Feb. 18, there will be a sign-up for a request to gain access. The first adopters that either get selected for access or request access will be the first to get new features that will be given to account holders.

EdYOUcator is a free service, so contributors are very welcome. The edYOUcator team will be indexing more and more resource-rich websites as edYOUcator grows (if you would like to be a lesson contributor to edYOUcator, please emailedYOUcator AT allofe DOT com).

“We hope by using that teachers across the world will have easier access to the instructional materials they need to learn better and to teach better,” said Katie Brosious, AllofE Product Manager. “We are excited to be able to offer this to such a wonderful group of educators we've come to know and love.”

Educators can find the new search engine at