Campus Technology: 10 Institutions Receive Collaboration Software #in

I read a post from Campus Technology about a grant from the DyKnow corporation that is giving 10 universities collaboration software that allows users to create content through a Powerpoint presentation. I found the post so interesting because it speaks to the growing trend of online collaboration tools being made available to schools and universities. Microsoft and Google have already begun an initiative to become leaders in this emerging trend free of cost. These free and fee-based services are becoming more and more popular with educational institutions and offer great potential to change the face of education and subsequently the workplace. Get the details here.

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