New social learning network

Teachers and school administrators looking for an innovative eLearning application might want to check out Sclipo, a new social learning network for education, similar to Facebook and LinkedIn. The network boosts online learning by integrating rich education applications, such as
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Teachers and school administrators looking for an innovative eLearning application might want to check out Sclipo, a new social learning network for education, similar to Facebook and LinkedIn. The network boosts online learning by integrating rich education applications, such as a live web classroom and an educational video platform, with social networking features. For instance, network users can socialize through feeds, groups and events, and learning can be informal and formal through live Web classroom interaction between students and teachers. The live Web classroom features multiple webcams and a multimedia presentation panel, allowing teachers to use whiteboards for presentations, videos, documents, and images.

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