Press Release Summary: CampusBug Says, Move Over, Facebook New Web Site Meets Educational and Social Needs of Students
Press Release Body: CampusBug Says, Move Over, Facebook New Web Site Meets Educational and Social Needs of Students For Immediate Release
ANAHEIM, Calif./EWORLDWIRE/March 1, 2008 --- Medmania, Inc. has launched Campusbug.com (\'http://www.campusbug.com\'), a new site geared toward providing a single destination for the educational and social needs of students. Campusbug.com is a prime resource for high school and college students because it has the means to improve both their academic and social lives. The Web site already has over 200,000 visitors each month and provides an alternative to popular networks such as Myspace and Facebook.
Users begin by creating a profile, which allows them to share messages, upload hundreds of photos, post blogs, organize schedules and meet new people. The Web site also provides an expansive list of privacy features to protect members from sexual predators. Other popular social networking Web sites have already been banned from school districts all over the country and have been linked to several sexual predator cases.
\"As a certified teacher, I will insure that Campusbug.com incorporates educational curriculum to promote intellectual growth for all students,\" says Neal Rochlin, Campusbug.com's vice president of Educational Development. \"I also have a commitment to assure that it is a safe social network.\"
Registration to the site is free. Membership includes full access to all of the educational features that Campusbug.com has to offer. The Question Bank feature allows members to post and answer questions on any topic they want. This is a great way for students to interact and learn from one another. Studies have shown that peer-assisted learning helps improve grades, helps students better clarify concepts and gives them an opportunity to air concerns away from the teaching staff.
The Web site also provides free online practice tests so that members can take practice exams like the High School Exit Exam, SAT, ACT, GMAT and LSAT. This feature alone can be a huge money-saver - books and courses that teach proper test-takings skills are often very pricey and time-consuming. The site also offers a feature that generates bibliographies in several different formats including APA, MLA and Chicago. \"Our Web site provides a place that is both useful and engaging for students. Our goal is to change the way information is learned, shared and applied,\" says Mel Smith, chief operating officer.
Founder and CEO Vak Sambath says, \"Providing effective communication for all individuals is our goal, and our innovation has made such a vision possible. We are committed to continuing the integration between social networking and online education, and to developing future services and products that meet every individual\'s needs and quality of service.\"
About Campusbug.com Campusbug.com (\'http:www.campusbug.com\'), based in Anaheim, Calif., is privately owned and operated. The company is committed to delivering innovative solutions to its expanding social network.
Web Site: http://www.campusbug.com
Contact Details: Mel Smith, COO firstname.lastname@example.org 1045 Armando St. Unit G Anaheim, Ca 92806 Office- (714)-630-7800