ScrippSonic has announced a partnership with Google to provide the search engine with publicly available data about public school libraries, as part of a partnership that will allow public school employees to access school records and help search through materials related to their students.
The partnership with the public school search engine marks ScrippDNS as the latest in a series of Google and ScrippSDNS partnerships to provide access to public records to libraries, which has been a growing trend in the education sector.
ScrippDs search API has the ability to search for a library record, find an item that was included in a public records request, or get the name of an item in a library’s archives.
This will allow library staff to create documents that are easier for students to navigate.
Scriplds search API is a new API that Scripp’s founders have said has the potential to make libraries “a better place to learn, discover, and create.”
In Scrippds search, users can search for public school records by topic, school year, or a keyword.
In addition, users will be able to find information about the school, including whether it’s a public school or private school.
ScipsonDNS also has a “Schools” search that can show a list of public schools and how many students are enrolled there.
The search will be integrated with Scrippdns own school search platform, which provides access to data from ScrippDS library records and the public records platform, and will allow students to search through a library catalog.
ScripsonDns and Scribds public records service will also include an app that students can download and search for their records, according to Scrippsdns founders.
Scribsdns founder and CEO Kevin Gildea told The Verge that the company hopes the new API will allow schools to better provide students with the information they need to learn.
“If we can help kids learn more and we can improve their learning experience, that’s a win for everyone,” Gildaa said.
Scribes new API is the second public records API announced by Scripp and Scripds, as the tech giants began working together on an API for libraries earlier this year.
Google and the school search company said that the partnership will allow libraries to make data available to students faster.
In a blog post, Google said that “Scripps API will be a great way for libraries to access information about their students and provide students more ways to access the resources that they need in their schools.”
Google said the Scripp DNS partnership is a part of its “continued commitment to building better open and accessible public libraries,” which it said has increased more than 70 percent in the past five years.
ScrizDNS, on the other hand, said it was looking to use Scripp s API to “better serve our customers and partners” in “digital education.”