is the Co-Founder and CEO of Inigral, Inc
, a company that builds social web
applications for education. Their product Schools on
has generated much excitement in the press.
Before starting Inigral
, he was an Educational Interaction and
Curriculum Designer for a San Francisco start-up and taught in the
. He has an MA in International Development from
in Worcester, MA.
In our conversation, Michael
discusses Learning Management Systems (LMS)
placement and standards in university market. Learning how
these compare and the heavy process of standard applications in
education, has helped Michael
shape his product Schools on Facebook
more social than academic.
He further discusses this offering and its integration with campus
social groups, alumni, and what companies need to do to engage
campus communities. He expands on what his product has become
and existing social networking communities’ benefits and
, Windows Live Spaces
You can learn more about Michael Staton
work at http://www.inigral.com