Congratulations, Columbia!

Columbia University recently announced that their Wikispaces Private Label site just hit 20,000 users.

Columbia began their journey with Wikispaces in 2007. Since then they’ve created over 1,700 course wikis, giving instructors a place to give more engaging assignments and build more dynamic class syllabi. “Wikispaces has been exceptional – always available and dedicated to supporting us,” says Maurice Matiz, Vice Executive Director of Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. You can read about it in more detail in our case study of Columbia University.

If you’re interested in finding out what Wikispaces Private Label could do for your university or organization, take a look or send us an email at help@wikispaces.com.

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