We have drawn on our extensive experience in providing blogging tools for educators in creating the user experience for ClassChatterLive
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Jackson, NJ (PRWEB) February 18, 2009
ClassChatter.com LLC, a New Jersey-based online educational services provider, has released ClassChatterLive, its first premium suite of online courseware tools. A team of teachers designed ClassChatterLive with the goal of making online courseware that works in conjunction with educators.
The new suite includes blogging and podcast tools, support for online assignments, online resource distribution and private electronic dropboxes for students. ClassChatterLive has been designed to be flexible and scalable, so it can be easily customized for any class of any size.
"We have drawn on our extensive experience in providing blogging tools for educators in creating the user experience for ClassChatterLive," said Chief Developer Daniel DeLuca. "Our development teams made privacy and protection of students a primary consideration in every design decision."
The "education first" mentality of ClassChatterLive extends to the business side of the project. Mindful of the national economic crisis and the challenges it poses for schools and parents, ClassChatterLive has chosen a simple and fair price structure. Unlike many competitors, ClassChatterLive does not charge per student, and offers a school wide license, which provides service for an unlimited number of teachers and students. ClassChatterLive also offers a thirty-day satisfaction guarantee to all users.
There are also no advertisements on ClassChatterLive. Designers focused on creating a simple, "island of focus" for the site while students are using the service to simplify the user experience.
About ClassChatter.com LLC - ClassChatter has been providing safe, secure blogging and online tools for educators since 2004. ClassChatter feels that the best educational technology is designed around the way teachers and students work. This philosophy has allowed the company to grow exponentially, and today it serves tens of thousands of students worldwide.