Educational Networking for High School Students
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LiftMinds announces launch of web site as an educational networking destination for high school students.
Main DigestLiftMinds.com announces the launch of www.Liftminds.com, an educational networking destination for high school students.
Liftminds.com announced the launch of it's website (www.liftminds.com) an educational destination for students, featuring tutorials, tutoring, and academic oriented educational networking.
Typical websites in the teen space cater to the social networking needs and are centered on music, fashion and the like. Those that cater to educational aspects focus purely on homework help.
However, a majority of a student's time is spent in academic pursuits and it is more than just homework help. The focus areas are accumulation of knowledge, deciding on career options, college choices and networking with like-minded students.
LiftMinds.com transcends the genre and offers a first of kind academic networking site that comprises of:
Collaborative Lessons fostering Student/Teacher Participation
Self Learning and Tutorials
Q&A based Homework Help
Academic Social Networking and User Participation
"The site will appeal to bright young students who are focused on achieving educational excellence," said Satya Sreenivas, the founder of LiftMinds.com. "The site will help students and teachers in academic pursuits with the clutter and noise," he added.
LiftMinds.com has many other features and functionality in the pipeline and they will be unveiled in the next several months. The initial focus of the site is to build audience and foster collaboration and build a community.
LiftMinds is open for registration and is offered free of charge at www.LiftMinds.com.
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