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Reposted from today’s edtech newsgroup…
From: Adam Frey firstname.lastname@example.org
As many of you know, back in January, we at Wikispaces decided to offer our Plus Plan wikis to K-12 teachers for free without ads. We didn’t set out with a grand strategy, just an interest in helping teachers with our easy to use wiki technology.
We’ve given away over 10,000 educational wikis and now we’re taking the next step – we want to give away 100,000 free K-12 Plus wikis. That includes all the features and benefits that normally cost $50/year – for free. No fine print, no usage limits, no advertising, no catches.
We need your help to reach our goal. We have some tickers you can use to track our progress toward 100,000 and spread the word on your blogs and websites. We hope you’ll consider helping and of course that you’ll take advantage of our offer in your own schools.
Information on the program is here:
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