March 2020 Newsletter
Dear Sketchpad Community,
As we face uncertainty the Sketchpad team wishes everyone safety and wellbeing. Rest assured we’re here to continue keeping Sketchpad running smoothly and available for everyone. We’re focused on improving integration with Google Classroom so teachers can easily create assignments and students can directly submit their work from Sketchpad.
Starting immediately we’re offering our downloadable version of Sketchpad for free to all teachers, students, and educators. Click the button below and fill out the form to receive your download link.
The free download offer has been discontinued. If you have questions about Sketchpad for Education please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d love to chat 🙂
If you’re a teacher, student, or educator and have recently purchased Sketchpad, please fill out the form above or email email@example.com so we can process your refund.
We’re working on new features to support teachers and students during this transition to online education. In the coming weeks we’ll be releasing Sketchpad 2020 which will include group support and over 300 optimizations and enhancements! This update will be available first online at Sketchpad.app and then in the downloadable version. Anyone who has purchased Sketchpad previously will be eligible to upgrade to Sketchpad 2020 free of charge.
Reach out to us anytime by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts, questions, and suggestions about Sketchpad. We love hearing how you’re doing and always do our best to reply as soon as possible.
With love and kindness 🙂
Michael & Ryan
Sketchpad is completely FREE to use online with Google Classroom and it’s the best way for teachers and students to utilize Sketchpad in a learning environment. We’ve created some basic tutorial videos for getting started.