FolensHive - learning platform for Post-Primary Teachers

Our digital learning platform

We develop eBooks and digital resources to go alongside all our programmes. Depending on the book the teaching package may include videos, PowerPoints, lesson plans, solutions and podcasts. All this wonderful content is available on FolensHIVE

Offline access to eBooks and resources available now. 

FolensHIVE has won the silver award for Best Advance in Mobile Learning Technology from the Brandon Hall Group in 2021.

How to access FolensHIVE?

  1. If you have booklisted a Folens school book, you get access to the complimentary resources by registering with FolensHIVE 
  2. To get offline access to eBooks and resources, download the FolensHIVE app from the relevant app store on your device 
  3. Login to the app with your FolensHIVE email address and password 
  4. The programmes will appear in your library 
  5. Select your programme and click on the download button beside the eBook or resource to access the resource offline 

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How to get the most out of FolensHIVE

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