BrainPOP (http://www.brainpop.com) is a pioneering developer of engaging, animated content that motivates and inspires children to learn. Each month, BrainPOP welcomes more than 1,000,000 visitors to its websites, reaching roughly 13,000,000 students in homes, classrooms and computer labs worldwide.
 
 
BRAINPOP
Adobe revolutionizes how the world engages with ideas and information. For 25 years,
the company’s award-winning software and technologies have redefined business,
entertainment, and personal communications by setting new standards for producing
and delivering content that engages people virtually anywhere at anytime. From rich
images in print, video, and film to dynamic digital content for a variety of media, the
impact of Adobe solutions is evident across industries and felt by anyone who creates,
views, and interacts with information. With a reputation for excellence and a portfolio
of many of the most respected and recognizable software brands, Adobe is one of the
world’s largest and most diversified software companies.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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           OTHER CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS
The Futures Channel was founded in 1999 with the goal of using new media technologies to create a channel between the scientists, engineers, explorers and visionaries who are shaping the future and today's learners who will one day succeed them.  It has built one of the largest video libraries of its kind, going on location and behind the scenes with
professionals who are applying the same principles of math, science and engineering that students are studying in the classroom.
 
the futures channel
The Wireless Foundation initiates and oversees philanthropic programs that utilize wireless technology to help American communities.
A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established by the membership of CTIA-The Wireless Association® in 1991, The Wireless Foundation coordinates the following national programs: Call To Protect, VITA, Wireless AMBER Alerts, The Amy Fund and Get Wise About Wireless.
the wireless foundation Motricity
Motricity now emerges as the only company with proven and scalable offerings across multiple key mobile content solution categories, including: storefronts, search, managed-web, portals, messaging, content aggregation, marketing campaign management and community solutions. By offering these world-class services, Motricity is able to create compelling user experiences and deliver profitable mobile content services to companies seeking to leverage the emerging mobile channel, interact with consumers and build brand loyalty.
In addition, Motricity operates a network of consumer Web sites that offer applications for mobile devices, including: eReader.com, PalmGear.com, Pocketgear.com, Smartphone.net, SymbianGear.com and Mobile2day.de, and powers similar web sites for customers such as the Sony Ericsson application shop, the Palm Software Connection and the PalmSource shop.
 
The Project K-Nect team acknowledges BritghtZone Institute for contributions made toward the development of some of the original concepts for the system.  The BrightZone Institute (www.myBrightZone.org) is a Saint Petersburg, FL based non-profit research and development consortium of private sector firms in the fields of education, technology, and telecommunications and other educational technology non-profit entities.  Its primary mission is to enable our country’s poorest English and Spanish speaking middle and secondary school have-not learnerssm to experience at-home Internet access to safe digital learning resources and to fully participate in networked educational collaborate platforms. Brightzone’s accelerated learning and mentoring approach has been specifically developed to also serve the needs of English as a Second Language and Special Needs Learners.    
 
The Brightzone Institute