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Kno’s consumer-focused model, seeking to sell what is ultimately a feature for an entrenched oligarchical of suppliers, was doomed from the beginning — just ask that 2000 era startup that was charging for digitized book content before Google made available for free all the books it was copying at the University of Michigan.
One unexpected happy outcome of declining enrollments at for-profit schools and their related focus on improved student academic measures has been the dramatic decrease in the broader industry’s god-awful ads.
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We’re excited to help our British peers at EdMix promote their hosting of an edtech Startup Pavillion and PitchFest competition at this year’s BETT Show. The BETT Show runs from January 30 through February 2nd in ExCel London and is Europe’s largest education conference reaching 35,000 education professionals. EdMix is making this available for up to 20 edtech startups through heavily subsidized exhibition pods right at the heart of the floor (reserve one at email@example.com). The conference will also feature Europe’s largest edtech pitch […]
This week on The BackChannel: This week, I invited Carol Broos and Tricia Fuglestad in for a chat. Carol and I have been pals for several years now….but I just met Tricia in October due to the K12 Online Conference. Both are very very VERY talented in ARTS and I invite you to sit back and enjoy this conversation as we talk through MANY topics. (I do apologize for some of the sound glitches….still figuring all this podcasting out!) […]
In response to Tom Vander Ark’s recent posting on New York as an EdTech Hotspot (second only to the Bay Area), I wanted to counter that, in fact, New York can only rank as high as the third “most prolific EdTech hotpot on the planet.” For over a generation now, Chicago has served as the epicenter of for-profit, technology-enabled education entrepreneurship and investment. While we tend to be humble out here in “Flyover land,” our memories run long and we […]
This week on the EduNationCast… How do we prepare our students for the universities of the future? Videos of the week (link to the segment): Dan Rezac: Yoda: Feel the Force James Sanders: Surviving a Robot Apocalypse Jim Sill: Girl’s First Ski Jump Rushton Hurley: Next Vista Contest Winners Kern Kelly: Video Lesson: “More than a sum of its parts” This week’s contributors: James Sanders, Dan Rezac, Jim Sill, Rushton Hurley, and Kern Kelly. The complete show notes can […]
We discuss whether the term Education Technology does the movement of education reform a disservice. Is technology still “scary” or is technology ubiquitous? Should technology be an inviting term at this point? Why is it that many teachers still shy away from tech? The Roundtable this week dissects these questions.
This week on LiTTech: Emily and Addie are joined by special guests Jeff Stanzler and David Tan who tell us about their innovative Interactive Communications and Simulations project at the University of Michigan School of Education. Show Host: Emily Thompson Show contributors: Adrienne Matteson, Jeff Stanzler, David Tan Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode of the EdCeptional show starts off with each crew member sharing a great blog that they had read recently. They then jump right into a discussion about the Horizon Report 2011 K12 Edition and what implications it might have for special education. LeapFrog’s LeapPad, the kid-friendly tablet, was the other hot topic this week. Show Host: Anne Truger Show contributors: Patrick Black, Jeremy Brown & Deb Truskey Subscribe to The EdCeptional Podcast on iTunes Subscribe to the […]