Toufee Launches New Academic Licensing for Educational Users
Toufee has launched a new licensing program that allows educational institutions access its online flash movie maker software. With the new licensing, academic institutions can use Toufee for interactive learning and for developing learning content using Toufee's flash movie maker technologies.
"The Toufee Academic Account provides academic institutions with bulk licenses at discounted rates so that every educator/student in the institution can have individual Toufee user accounts. We already have a number of independent tutors and educators using Toufee for activity-based learning and the Toufee Academic Account is great news for institutions as this will allow educators to use Toufee's technology for interactive classroom learning in a much bigger way" said Sanchit Bhatnagar, co-founder and Director of Toufee at the launch of the Academic Account.
The Academic Account comes with all the features of a Standard Account, however, there will be no support for YouTube nor does the Academic Account allow flash movies to be exported to SWF files. Though Product support will also not be available, a separate forum will be made available for educators and students to post questions and access answered queries. In addition, Users of Toufee Academic Account will however have full access to Toufee tutorials and Toufee's Knowledge Base.
"The Toufee Academic Account is in line with Toufee's continued commitment towards empowering education through our interactive and cutting-edge flash-based products" says Navneet Rai, co-founder and Director of Toufee. All academic institutions in the United States and other countries are eligible to apply for the Toufee Academic Account. The Toufee Academic Account, however, cannot be used for commercial interests and all flash content created with the academic Account are limited to educational use only.