USATODAYEDUSA TODAY awarded the journalism and communication studies department with 30 licenses for the electronic edition to their national newspaper.

The grant allows students in media and journalism classes full access to the electronic edition, which is an exact replica of their daily print edition, through computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablet devices.

Students are able to use the electronic edition to access article archives by subject area, view embedded videos related to the articles, listen to the audio files of the articles, and translates articles from English to other languages.

The Foundation currently works with more than 25,000 K-12 classes across the country as well as over 400 collegeĀ and university campuses.