Grokker E.D.U. has been designed to support new research databases, such as WorldCat, Library of Congress, and HighWire Press. Groxis plans to release these research-ready plug-ins for Grokker E.D.U. soon after the launch, and continuing throughout the upcoming year. Grokker E.D.U. also provides customized features, such as a bibliography generator, a list maker, and map and text exporting capabilities.The Grokker E.D.U. release comes after a phase of collaboration and dialog with leading educators. Stanford University, one of Groxis's first customers in the education market, contributed to the development of Grokker E.D.U., which now serves as a single access point for many information sources that are available to the Stanford community. The Stanford implementation provides the Grokker platform to all students, faculty, and staff, giving them a single point of access to Socrates, the Stanford Library information system; HighWire Press; Academic Search Premier; Expanded Academic; the Library of Congress; and seven internet search engines. The platform's cross search feature allows users to create a single query from any combination of these information sources and returns a visual map containing results from all selected sources.