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Scoilnet WordPress Plugin

If you’re running a web site using, Scoilnet has just released an API (Application Programming Interface) plugin that can be used with websites that run on the WordPress platform. The plugin allows you to include a search component on your site that searches Scoilnet’s database of 11,000+ teacher-reviewed resources. Scoilnet Maps was the first site site to use the plugin.

This is a really clever and interesting move from Scoilnet and I will be looking forward to adding it to in the next while.

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