In these customer testimonials, hear what library staff and patrons are saying about their experience with AWE Learning.

Mineral Public Library

Phoenixville Public Library

Shelburne Public Library

AfterSchool Edge in Etiwanda School District

American Library Association Conference (ALA)

Variety of content

The variety of games that are on there (AfterSchool Edge) are amazing. All of the children love them, whether they’re in fifth grade or in kindergarten.

Susan Nerey
Child Care Site Coordinator,
Etiwanda School District

Kids love them!

The kids gravitate to those stations immediately…They’re easy for the kids to use; they don’t need a lot of instruction, and the kids can do it independently.

Rebecca Krauss
Director of Young Adult & Youth Services,
Phoenixville Library

Increase circulation!

The AWE systems are used constantly and they help to attract children and their families to the library on a repeated basis.

Kim Fender
Director, The Eva Jane Romaine Coombe Director Award Winner, The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

School readiness

Especially for the very young ones, it’s a good introduction for what they’re going to encounter in school, how do I use a keyboard, how does the mouse work, how does the mouse interact with what I’m seeing on the computer screen.

Victoria Dow
West Chester Public Library

Continuous learning

The AWE workstations help preschool students prepare for success in school and beyond. Our teachers appreciate the engaging content that supports early literacy and STEAM concepts.

Lynn Newkirk
The Goddard School (West Carmel, IN)

Safe learning environment

One of the important aspects we see for the Early Literacy Station is the fact that they’re not connected to the internet. This way we can assure the parents and we can assure ourselves that they aren’t going anywhere we wouldn’t want them going to or that is not appropriate for them.

Rose Dotten
CEO & Chief Librarian,
Shelburne Public Library (Canada)

Easy to use!

We have had two of these amazing computers for six years now, and if you want the highest quality computer games for young children AND the freedom for kids to enjoy them on their own (without staff restarting, troubleshooting, unplugging, and all the other issues that can come with game computers) then you may want to consider investing in an AWE computer!

Cindy Christin
Supervisor, Children’s Services,
Bozeman Public Library

Access to technology

This system adds value to the children’s program. Children today are growing up with technology all around them, and the more we can implement a technological aspect to a child’s learning, the more they’re going to respond to it.

John Kelley
Executive Director,
Phoenixville Library