We are pleased to announce that the first two of the new WebGrid servers are now publicly available.

Dr Marina Shcheglova-Abrosova is working with institutions in Russia and Germany to provide the first European WebGrid servers, and has made the first one available in collaboration with the Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management (NSUEM), Siberia, Russia at webgrid.nsuem.ru.

Marina commenced using WebGrid III in 2007 and has been a supportive user through successive generations. She used Kelly's personal construct psychology to study consumer motivation in her doctoral research at the Technical University of Berlin, publishing her thesis in 2009 as An Integrated Method to Assess Consumer Motivation in Difficult Market Niches: A Case of the Premium Car Segment in Russia.

The Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada has also agree to make their WebGrid server publicly available at webgrid.uvic.ca.