Dropbox is doubling down on its education efforts. The cloud storage service, which went , today announced it has inked deals with Klaxoon, Pronto, and WeVideo to expand its productivity offerings.
San Francisco-headquartered Dropbox said WeVideo’s cloud-based video editing tool, Pronto’s real-time chat app, and Klaxoon’s polls, word clouds, and other interactive tools will now include a Dropbox integration. The integrations will go live today for all Dropbox users, a spokesperson told VentureBeat by email.
Dropbox said the new integrations will make it easier for users to share assignments, provide feedback, and collaborate in group settings. “Bringing Dropbox together with learning management systems and applications that boost student engagement helps schools prepare students to succeed in the workforce of tomorrow,” Dropbox education lead Marshall Kurtz