What is PSAP?
The Provincial Software Acquisition Plan (PSAP) was created to give British Columbia school districts the opportunity to join the SET-BC provincial site licenses for software titles designed to help students with special needs improve their literacy, numeracy, and communication skills. As part of the SET-BC provincial software site licenses, BC school districts are able to acquire software at preferential prices.
SETBC software licenses are strictly for use within the BC K-12 school system and cannot be sold or transferred to parents or other agencies. Home use is allowed for many titles if the software is ordered for an individual student and is only used by that student.
How do I decide which PSAP software titles I want for my students?
General information and software overview demonstrations have been prepared by SET-BC consultants and can be viewed by clicking the Software Overview link here or on the navigation panel.
How do I aquire PSAP software titles once I know what I want?
Information on ordering PSAP software as well as FAX-back order forms can be found by clicking the links the on the navigation panel.
How do I access training and support for my PSAP software?
There are many types of training and support resources available to help you implement the software with your students. You can find links to technical support, software upgrade information, online resource packages, and PSAP communities by clicking on the Implementation Resources link on the navigation panel. For online and face-to-face training events, please see our Calendars .
How do I keep up-to-date on PSAP?
New information on the program including new training events or resources, software titles or upgrades, ordering deadlines and so on can be found by clicking on What's New! here or on the navigation panel.