Dropbox Education and Klaxoon have partnered to add Dropbox integration to Klaxoon's collaborative tools for teams.
Klaxoon is primarily focused on meeting software, with tools for live collaboration like brainstorming, polling, testing and networking. Through the integration with Dropbox Education, instructors will be able to "bring Dropbox content into modules like Brainstorm, Challenge and Quiz and save 'sticky notes' to Dropbox to keep everything in one place."
Klaxoon reported that its software is in use by a number of institutions, including MIT, University of Louisiana and London School of Business.
Further details can be found at klaxoon.com.
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