Making it Easier to Capitalize on Sound Knowledge




EduCel \e-j&-'sel\: education as in the true meaning of the word, as in to educe or bring out from within, celerity as in speed, or rapidity of motion or action.

In a world of information overload, EduCel's mission in the first decade of this century was to help separate the wheat from the chaff, and make it easier to capitalize on sound knowledge. Or, as Dr. Peter Lyman (1940-2007), a Board Member at EduCel put it: "It is clear we are all drowning in a sea of information. The challenge is to learn to swim in that sea rather than drown in it."

EduCel met this challenge with different systems over the years, tailored to accommodate different needs including, but not limited to the needs of exceedingly different knowledge and skill levels like those found at Delgado Community College in New Orleans and Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York.

While the company is no longer a separate entity, the concepts, technology and intellectual property developed at EduCel are still in use, as well as its legacy of defining "best practices." EduCel was located in Emeryville California.