New homework social networking site

Dweeber.com is a the social networking site for student homework collaboration. Dweeber enables students to solve problems together, participate in virtual study sessions, and communicate with friends around schoolwork in a number of ways. The collaborative whiteboard can be used to
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Dweeber.com is a the social networking site for student homework collaboration. Dweeber enables students to solve problems together, participate in virtual study sessions, and communicate with friends around schoolwork in a number of ways. The collaborative whiteboard can be used to solve math and science problems or to create joint drawings and diagrams. Dweeber allows students to create a SMART profile and discover how they learn best and then apply this knowledge to improve their schoolwork and ultimately their self esteem. It is targeted towards students aged 13 and up, and is free to use.

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