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Beta Testers Needed

Beta Testers Needed

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Hello STEM Community, We're looking for some teachers and students to be beta testers for our software release. Please send this to your teachers. Go to social.edustruct.com and click on signup. Sign up as a teacher (don't worry about school code) and use the software. I have to start collecting data to see if we're on the right track. The software includes: 1. Public and Private Communities 2. Group walls 3. Drop Box 4. Event Planning 5. Messaging service 6. connecting with outside resources to share with your classes 7. super admin panel- ( Admin has total control and view over the whole system) 8. Share ideas and documents with other schools- School to School Collaboration 9. Assignment Creation 10. Assessment Creation 11. Google Docs Integration 12. Google Hangout Integration 13. much much more. (After beta release)- whiteboard functionality, Professional development communities,online classes, webinar creation etc.... Pass this on to as many teachers as possible.. Let me know if this is something you can do or you know of other teachers who can benefit from this. I really appreciate your help on this and we're striving to change education one classroom at a time. Thanks Mark

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