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Nuvvo 2.0 released for free

updated 11:10 am EST, Fri December 2, 2005

Nuvvo 2.0 released, free

Savvica today released , and announced that the service for Web-based interactive learning is now free. Instructors and students both can use Nuvvo to teach and learn free of charge, improving accessibility to education and encouraging the free exchange of knowledge and ideas. The on-demand learning management system (LMS) allows individual instructors to teach online with included content creation, blogging, multimedia integration, evaluation tools, and portal customization tools. Instructors sign up and receive their own online learning portal from which to enroll students and run unlimited courses. Developed almost entirely on Power Macs and PowerBooks, the software aims to increase usability and accessibility to online education.

by MacNN Staff




  1. benhur

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Is the enrollment working for anyone? I tried using Safari and Firefox.

  1. debohun

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Not Free

    It is disengenuous for the company to try to claim that this product is free. It is not, the charges are merely on the backside of class implementation, i.e., you pay head charges once your students start to enroll in your classes. The only "free" part is the set-up and development phase of your class. MacNN should be more skeptical about what they report. The claim that a company was providing a service that requires expensive network administration was pretty unbelievable and should have thrown up flags for a serious news reporter. Consumers usually aren't as gullible as jounalists, so the company shouldn't insult them by using tricky phrasing advertising, it is demeaning to potential customers and reflects poorly on the product.

    I, as well as another poster here, have not been able to get the online registration to function. It produces a TomCat error.

    It is however an exciting concept, one that could be expanded further in a number of different ways. It's the type of thing I would love to be involved in, (except that, as near as I can tell, they're Canadian, so I'd need a hard-to-get permit to work up there). I wish the company the best.

  1. heyjohngreen

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Nuvvo is FREE


    My name is John Green, and I am President of Technology at Savvica, the software company behind Nuvvo.

    Please accept our appologies for any confusion. Nuvvo is indeed COMPLETELY FREE. Unfortunately some parts of the Nuvvo website were not updated when we changed the pricing model last week. Please go to this link for more information on pricing:

    As you might imagine, we are receiving massive world-wide interest in Nuvvo. I can assure you that we are working around the clock to address any and all technical problems experienced by our users, including the sign-up error you are reporting.

    Debohun, please feel free to follow up with our support staff at with any further questions or problems.

    Kindest regards,

    John Green President, Technology Savvica Inc.

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