YouTube launched a dedicated channel for teachers. Here educators can find and share videos with best practice tips, classroom activities and so on.
sofatutor, a Berlin-based startup in the online video tutoring space relaunched its website and opened its own production studio.
The science and researcher platform Mendeley in partnership with PLoS invited developers to create apps that make science more open.
The domain Languages.com is up for sale. Perfect fit for language or translation business?
Rosetta Stone launches new Experience Kiosks in malls across the US. Visitors can actively interact with students and Studio Coaches.
“This is not a dream, this is reality” India’s $35 USD tablet will ship on October 5th.
My thoughts on the results of the babbel survey about learning types and having a plan for learning a language.
Teacher resource site BetterLesson raised $1.6 million. A growing market?
ShowMe added some new features to its platform, making it easier to browse the video lessons.
Project WissensWerte is civic education for the YouTube generation and something I’m planning on writing more about in the coming weeks.
Thanks to Google you can read the famous Dead Sea Scrolls online.
Popplet is a new and easy to use brainstorming and mindmapping platform.
Teagueduino lets you build small, computer controlled machines and teaches you essentials in coding.
Wacom introduced three new Bamboo tablets which are great for interactive whiteboards.
The dream of every IT admin who needs to prepare multiple iPads in school or in a company: Griffin MultiDock.
Thoughts on the launch of the Kindle Fire and its potential in the classroom.
Why digital media is competing with the information learned in school and how this can be used to flip the classroom.
Value your Education – my interview with Lexiophiles about what makes a good teacher and the future of education.
Last but not least, my 10 minute video recap of all the stories that did not make it on EDUKWEST in form of a blog post.