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Friday, May 20, 2011

Collaborize Classroom, a free online learning platform

By integrating Collaborize Classroom into their respective classrooms, teachers can quickly and easily make online discussions a successful part of their teaching approach.

Democrasoft will provide free teaching resources and lesson plans on how to best incorporate educational technology designed to foster online collaboration in the classroom. The resources, produced by educators, include: best practices for facilitating online student communication and subject-specific lesson plans to complement in-class discussions. Teachers can access resources and sign up for a free Collaborize Classroom site at

 Collaborize Classroom, A Free Online Learning Platform For Teachers and Students

Democrasoft's flagship product, Collaborize Classroom, is a free online learning platform that allows teachers to extend their classroom discussions to a structured and private online community. With Collaborize Classroom, students can expand on discussions, assignments and instruction and collaborate online, allowing for deeper participation and engagement, inside and outside the classroom. Thousands of teachers have already signed up for the free platform, which takes less than five minutes to set up.
To learn more, please visit

Related links
6 Simple Strategies to Achieve Dynamic Online Discussions (YouTube)
What Teachers Are Saying About Collaborize Classroom 

About Democrasoft:

Democrasoft, Inc., headquartered in Santa Rosa, CA, is a 20-year-old public company with a history of pioneering technology. The company's flagship product, Collaborize Classroom, is designed to complement classroom instruction and engage students in online activities, assignments and discussions that allow for deeper participation inside and outside the classroom. Democrasoft is dedicated to facilitating a vision of online "social networking with purpose."
For more information, please visit

Source: Marketwire and CollaborizeClassroom's Channel (YouTube)