Classroom Salon is a digital environment that transforms individual work like annotations and comments into dynamic communities. It helps teachers, authors and group leaders to gauge perspectives and camps of opinion through aggregation and rich visualizations. Classroom Salon is used by thousands of users from schools across US, India, China, and Brazil and other countries. Among Pittsburgh Schools using Classroom Salon are The Ellis School, South Fayette School District, Quaker Valley School District and Grove City College. Classroom Salon is funded by National Science Foundation, Gates Foundations Next Generation Learning Challenges Grant, Innovation Works and Heinz Endowment. To request free accounts to use classroom salon see contact information below.