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By StudyGroupIt, LLC
StudyGroupIt is the first educational-social-networking company focused on improving academics through study-group services. SGI is now announcing their first crowd-funding campaign, launching on July 15, 2012 through www.indiegogo/
By InfoPro Learning, Inc.
The session will address various requirements of collaborative learning and will introduce Gnosis, InfoPro’s online collaborative learning platform.
By NavPress
Our aim is to provide an educational environment which provides the virtual interaction between various elements of the educational process, thus allowing them the opportunity of achieving higher levels of co-operation and participation.
By QuickLessons LLC
QuickLessons LLC is exhibiting at DevLearn 2011 in San Francisco on November 2-4th, 2011, and is going to make sure everyone wins this year in Vegas.
By Liz Anderson
Abilene Christian Univ announces research findings from 2010-11 mobile learning program, ACU Connected. ACU Connected finds time efficiency, increased independence, engagement and enhanced communication are mobility and education emerging themes.
By QuickLessons LLC
QuickLessons has unveiled a new suite of course-building options with the launch of its Studio Library.
By QuickLessons LLC
Izzui is a new Facebook app for sharing online content and knowledge. With Izzui, individuals may purchase and/or sell courses worldwide through Facebook.
By Jeffrey Roth
Interactyx Limited is proud to be a Bronze Sponsor of the 2011 American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) International Conference and Exposition that is taking place May 22 through May 25 in Orlando, Florida.
By Victoria Chapa, Marketing Assistant, eSchool Media
Upcoming webinar offers innovative ideas for social and mobile learning
By CCS Presentation Systems
CCS Presentation Systems announced a new project with the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD). CCS will design and install new state-of-the-art presentation technology in 1,000 classrooms throughout the school district over the next year.
By Faculty Focus
Free report features proven group learning activities and grading strategies

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