Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Social-networking site adds education component

A new site, StudyCurve.com, aims to help students network for study groups or connect with experts to answer questions. "It's something we're going to see more and more of, is this need to learn when you want to, when you need to and when you're on the move," e-learning analyst Claire Schooley said. "It's the direct opposite of sitting down and listening to somebody in a classroom." The Boston Globe/Associated Press

1 comment:

juke said...

My name is Aaron and I founded StudyCurve.com. I wanted to thank you for posting this article on your blog. I would be very interesting in any feedback and I would love to tell you what we are up to know if you are interested. Just let me know!

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