Higher Education

MIT Media Lab Selects OHO for Scratch-Ed Teacher Portal

March 02, 2009

The Scratch project at the MIT Media Lab has selected OHO to develop a new community web site for educators. Scratch is a new programming language that enables people to easily construct a wide variety of interactive projects. These projects can be shared on the Scratch site. It is focused on helping young people age 8 and up develop mathematical, computational, reasoning and problem solving skills.

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MIT Media Lab Selects OHO for Scratch-Ed Web Project

February 18, 2009

The Scratch project at the MIT Media Lab has selected OHO to develop a new community web site for educators. Scratch is a new programming language that enables people to easily construct a wide variety of interactive projects. These projects can be shared on the Scratch site. It is focused on helping young people age 8 and up develop mathematical, computational, reasoning and problem solving skills.

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Causemedia and OHO Build Site for Youth Addiction Recovery

January 08, 2009

causemedia and OHO partnered to research, plan and build the new website www.addictionanswers.com. Developed to serve teens and young adults, Addiction Answers, is led by the Massachusetts General Hospital's Addiction Recovery Management Service (ARMS). The new web site provides a series of multimedia tools to help guide people on addiction treatment and recovery. This site serves a broad audience of parents, schools, counselors, and young adults facing addiction challenges.

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Asian University For Women

January 08, 2009

OHO developed an interactive system for handling applications for the Asian University for Women, based in Chittagong Bangladesh. With an integrated user interface, prospects can now complete and submit enrollment and financial aid application online, simplifying administration and streamlining the enrollment process. The Asian University for Women provides higher education opportunities to women throughout Asia and is supported by the Cambridge Massachusetts based Asian University for Women Support Foundation.

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