PloneEdu Website to Be Officially Launched at Plone Symposium East 2010
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PloneEdu, a community promoting Plone for web publishing in education, will be launched at Plone Symposium East 2010 at Penn State on May 28. The PloneEdu talk begins at 11:50 a.m. eastern time and can be seen via live video stream
PloneEdu members will guide and collaborate with individuals and teams in all levels and types of education. "We want to build bridges between the innovative Plone community and the educational sector," says Michael J. Halm, Director and Senior Strategist at WebLion and Co-Chair of the PloneEdu Steering Team. "The goal is to create a community that supports the needs of decision makers, developers and integrators, website administrators and web content owners."
The fast-growing PloneEdu network includes schools, universities and related institutions worldwide. These organizations have discovered the benefits of using the powerful content management system to reduce costs, streamline processes, assure best-in-class security, and provide flexible integration with current systems.
For more information about PloneEdu and how to participate, visit weblion.psu.edu/ploneedu and follow the instructions for joining the PloneEdu community.