Blackboard is the world’s leading education technology company, bringing millions of people around the world closer to the knowledge they seek and the potential they can achieve. We build innovative education technologies and engaging interfaces focused on the learner; and we offer education consulting services, analytics and communication tools that support learning for all.
Bloom – CoSector, University of London
Bloom VLE, developed and supported by the software services team at CoSector – University of London (formally ULCC), has been offering customers Moodle & Mahara hosting and support solutions since 2006. We continually invest in research and development to better understand our customers and users, we then offer flexible cost-effective solutions to meet those needs. As part of the University of London we are able to leverage our knowledge and expertise to support learning technologists in their aims to provide the best student experience.
OpenStax provides free, peer-reviewed, openly licensed textbooks for introductory college and advanced placement courses, as well as low-cost, personalized courseware that helps students learn.
A nonprofit ed tech initiative based at Rice University, we’re committed to helping students access the tools they need to complete their courses and meet their educational goals.
Positive Internet Company
The Positive Internet Company (www.positive-internet.com) has been an innovative open-technology company since 1998. Focusing on high-end hosting with second-to-none customer support, we own and operate our own data center near Cambridge, UK with hundreds of our own servers (almost all running Debian). We host and maintain a variety of systems, many of these are fully managed by the Positive technical team. In addition to working with some big and interesting corporations (including major financial organizations and media groups) and household names (British celebrities like Ricky Gervais and Stephen Fry), we host none other than the father of Free Software himself, Richard M. Stallman.