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Which educational organizations are using PHPKB?

PHPKB knowledge base software is already being used in some of the best universities and academic institutions of the world. Some of them are listed below.
  1. Hong Kong University of Science & Technology - Hong Kong (http://www.ust.hk)
  2. Texas Tech University - USA (http://www.ttu.edu)
  3. York College of Pennsylvania - USA (http://www.ycp.edu)
  4. St. Francis Xavier College - Australia (http://www.sfx.vic.edu.au)
  5. Hardvard University (Facility of Arts & Sciences) - USA (http://www.fas.harvard.edu)
  6. University of Califonia (Academic Computing Group) - USA (http://acg.ucsc.edu)
  7. Nanyang Language & Business School - Singapore (http://www.nyschool.edu.sg)
  8. Hartnell College - USA (http://www.hartnell.edu)
  9. University College London (Department Of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering) - United Kingdom (http://www.cege.ucl.ac.uk)
  10. University of Chicago (Department of Medicine) - USA (http://radiology.uchicago.edu)
  11. Kansas State University - USA (http://www.ksu.edu)
  12. University of Maryland - USA (http://www.umd.edu)
  13. Idaho Virtual Academy - USA (http://www.idahova.org)
  14. North Central Association of Colleges and Schools - USA (http://www.hlcommission.org)
All educational and non-profit organizations are eligible to receive 25% discount on the market price of PHPKB knowledge base software.
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