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StumbleUpon: BU Edition February 5, 2008

Posted by Brad J. Ward in Email, Google, Higher Education, Technology.
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1. Colin Fast - February 5, 2008

Perhaps Butler is the latest to sign up with Google Apps for Education? I’ll be jealous if you are.

2. Kyle - February 5, 2008

What somebody on campus doing something big without telling communicating what they are doing… NO WAY! Everyone in Higher Ed talks to everyone, and regularly!

They are totally testing the service and just chose not to tell anyone.

3. Nathan S - February 5, 2008

Actually, I just got an e-mail from IUPUI stating that they partnered with Google and Microsoft (hinting towards this alliance you were talking about between the two companies) to allow more flexible e-mail functionality at all IU establishments. This might be Butlers version of the same thing. Apparently IUPUI JUST got this and I got the e-mail today. Who knows. I’ll show you the e-mail tomorrow at work so you can see what they wrote about it’s features. So far it sounds like the same thing, though.

4. Bradjward - February 6, 2008

I really hope so, Colin. That would be awesome.

Nathan – forward me that email. I’d be interested to see what they have to say. Google has been offering this service for awhile, I’m really surprised more campuses aren’t hopping on board.

5. jeremywilburn - February 6, 2008

DIdn’t you present this to your higher-ups a while back? Someone was probably sitting in a board meeting and thinking…”someone mentioned google apps for email…” and then someone else said “that’s a brilliant idea. glad you thought of that!”

6. Bradjward - February 6, 2008

LOL, don’t get me started. We should be happy with the progress. 🙂


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