More Live@edu updates – excerpts:
The first bit of news was the strategic technical collaboration agreement signed between Microsoft and ePals which ZDNet Blogger Chris Dawson called a ‘Game Changer’. If you aren’t familiar with ePals, it’s the world’s largest K-12 Learning Network reaching 600,000 educators, 25million teachers in 200 countries. So their decision to leverage Live@Edu as a platform for the future is a big deal for education.
These UK universities are part of a growing number of educational institutions on every continent that have selected Live@Edu. In fact, 10,000 institutions have enrolled with Live@Edu in the last six months. I wanted to provide an example of ten schools that have published a case study about joining Live@edu since January 1, 2010. Alone they represent over 1.3 Million students and faculty:
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