Mackin Supports Distance Learning Offering Over 1500 Free MackinClassic eBooks To All K-12 Schools

The free MackinVIA digital content management system is available to all schools and is providing users with more than 1,500 free MackinClassic eBooks to assist with distance learning initiatives due to the COVID-19 health crisis.

Burnsville, MINN, March 15, 2020 – Mackin Educational Resources, a leading provider of print and digital fiction and non-fiction books for PK-12 schools around the world, is making more than 1,500 MackinClassic eBooks available, for free, to all schools in an effort to assist and support schools and districts with the closures due to the COVID-19 virus health crisis.

To assist with every schools’ distance learning program, schools and districts with the free MackinVIA platform can swiftly download more than 400 classic elementary titles, 400 classic middle school titles, and more than 700 classic titles for high school. The free titles can be downloaded HERE and will be made available until the end of 2020.

Schools and districts without the free MackinVIA can easily create an account by signing up here: SIGN-UP or contacting Mackin.

MackinVIA is a free digital content management system that provides complete and easy access 24/7/365, anywhere, anytime, to any device. It is an open system that works with a school’s SIS or LMS system.

For more information or to live chat about this program, please visit, email, contact your local sales consultant, or call 800-245-9540.

About Mackin

For more than 35 years, Mackin has provided library and classroom materials for grades PK-12. Known the world over for exemplary service and a stringent attention to detail, Mackin has access to more than 18,000 publishers and a collection of over 3 million printed titles. Additionally, Mackin features a robust selection of nearly 3 million eBook titles, read-alongs, audiobooks, databases and video resources available through their free, multiple award-winning digital content management system, MackinVIA. For more information, visit or call 800-245-9540.