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Setting Up a Ning as a Virtual, Cross-Country Learning Community

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What are the basic steps to set up a white-label social network platform like Ning to organize a learning community that includes classrooms from other schools?


I explain how we went about setting up the "Just War" Ning and basic steps that allowed the different teachers to stay organized for collaboration.

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