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University students are going Google

05 June 2013

A modern study environment should include state-of-the-art IT services. Students at the University of Groningen are going to be given access to Google Apps for Education. This means they will have 25 GB to store e-mails and files, as well as a calendar and other apps to share information and collaborate. Stephanie Knoors (Communication Studies student) and Jelger Zaane (Sociology student) are enthusiastic.

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