IT-Alternative the E-Collaboration Project
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45 Park Close, Cutteslowe Park, Oxford OX2 8NP
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Collaboration on the Net

..keeping you informed.. IT-Alternative is developing e-learning and e-collaboration technologies, with an emphasis on the use of open-source tools.

Fast, intelligent systems which PROMOTE widespread adoption and effective use.

We developed a message board and online document resource for the Stockholm Environment Institute, called, and data-driven websites and information managers for the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research; also the site for Oxford Climate Policy.

A new web presence has been put together for the Participatory Practitioners for Change, with the facility to keep associated organisations and individuals around the UK, up to date with news and events.

Also, we offer some deep expertise in Microsoft Groove™, having been working and developing with Groove Virtual Office™ since 2003. Get in touch to find out about what we offer in terms of Groove training.

So who's 'We'?

There are a lot of small businesses on the web that represent themselves as bigger than they are, pluralising one individual into 'we' just because everyone else is doing it!

E-Collaboration and IT-Alternative too, consist of one main person: but that one person always draws in collaborative input from experienced graphic designers, trainers, learning professionals, as appropriate - after all, that's the philosophy that the whole enterprise is based on:

e-Collaboration - Are you working together yet?

yb2 project, est.1994 At work on the web since 1994, previously as yb2 project.

web presences for:
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change
Oxford Climate Policy (DFID)
Stockholm Environment Institute

London Studio Centre
Decorex International
Opportunity Trust
Phoenix Trust
Time & Eternity Project
Dervorguilla Ltd
Lutyens Furniture
Tim Wood Furniture

Friends of Cutteslowe Park

UK web design association