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thewhig | March 21, 2020
Through direct online links, students will be able to engage a host of learning tools on demand, free of charge and barrier free.TVO Mathify offers free, one-on-one online math tutoring with Ontario certified teachers for students in grades 6-10. During school closures, tutors are available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and Sunday from 3:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. for students wishing to build their math understanding and confidence with a personalized math coach. TVO mPower offers more tha...
prnewswire | January 28, 2020
Boston-based AdmitHub, developer of a pioneering conversational AI platform now used by more than 90 institutions to help students succeed in college and beyond, today announced that it has secured investments from Salesforce Ventures and the Google Assistant Investments program. The new funding, which follows a 2018 Series A round led by education impact investor University Ventures, along with participation from Reach Capital, Relay Ventures, and Rethink, brings the company's funding total...
insidehighered | March 16, 2020
As the new coronavirus outbreak prompted college after university to start shifting classes online -- either for a few weeks or for the remainder of the spring semester -- education technology companies lined up to say they could help. Tech vendors promoting various free services for colleges or their employees included, in no particular order, communications provider Avaya, chat and video messaging provider Pronto, learning platform Top Hat, game-based learning platform Kahoot!, messaging and n...
edsurge | April 08, 2020
When Elizabeth Self starts teaching her 11 a.m. class via Zoom, she has to remember that it isn’t 11 a.m. for all of her students. She’s in Tennessee—where she is an assistant professor at Vanderbilt University—but some of the students she’s teaching are now taking the class from California, where it’s only 8 a.m. And a couple of students are back home in China, where it’s midnight. Even when students are all in the same time zone—such as for most ...
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