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Safe Web 2.0 student network

  TH(i)NQ Ed™, formerly SchoolCenter has launched journ(i)e, a student-centered learning network
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 TH(i)NQ Ed™, formerly SchoolCenter has launched journ(i)e, a student-centered learning network that enables users to connect, contribute and collaborate using Web 2.0 tools in a structured and safe learning network.

For more information, visit http://thinqed.com/

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