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September 07, 2010

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This is absolutely brilliant. It's really emotionally very rewarding for me, as I was in a wheelchair following my meningitis in 2007. I did my entire Bachelor of Law from a beside. I am very passionate about e-learning.
I wish you every luck with your initiative here.

My website is http://www.lawandmedicine.org.uk and I specialize in e-learning for law and medicine. I also have a general free guide which I make available called http://www.mrcpguide.com

I have had these websites professionally designed, but I believe that the key to running a successful e-learning company is focussing on the needs of the customer, and encouraging as much interaction as possible.

My profile here is http://younoodle.com/people/shibley_rahman

I write briefly about medical education on my personal blog too, http://shibleyrahman.com (http://www.shibleyrahman.com)

On the most important issue, I have long thought that I should bolt on some sort of social network like Facebook for all members of my e-learning site. No-one's every done that before, but I feel that there's a lot of attraction in an on-line regulated social online university.

I would love anyone to have a look!

Best wishes.

Dr Shibley Rahman

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