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On this channel we discuss integrating, teaching and learning through education technology.  We also identify the best education apps, teaching tools and digital resources for teaching and learning. Here you'll also find interviews with the developers of the EdTech Top 50 most useful edtech resources, along with new and noteworthy edtech developers.

An Edtech Minute with Udemy

Michael Boll, Jamie Wilett and Chris Carter

pic The world’s online learning marketplace, where 4 million+ students are taking courses in everything from programming to yoga to photography–and much, much more. Each of the 18,000+ courses are taught by an expert instructor, and every course is available on-demand, so students can learn at their own pace, on their own time, and on any device.

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An Edtech Minute with Khan Academy

Michael Boll, Jamie Wilett with Chris Carter

pic Khan Academy is an organization on a mission with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere.

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An Edtech Minute with WikiSummarizer

Michael Boll, Jamie Wilett, Chris Carter

pic Wiki Summarizer trawls the internet’s wiki pages looking for key words associated with a core search term. Used in this way researchers can find the number of wiki pages containing both the core search term and related terms, access those sites, and immediately build up a group of search terms closely related to the core term under investigation.

Website: http://www.wikisummarizer.com

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An Edtech Minute with Credly

Michael Boll, Jamie Wilett, Chris Carter

pic Credly is a powerful web service and a universal framework for issuing, earning, displaying and rewarding achievement in the form of digital credentials and badges.

Website: http://www.Credly.com

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An Edtech Minute with ClassCharts

Michael Boll, Jamie Wilett, Chris Carter

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ClassCharts is a web service that is both an interactive seating chart and student behavior tracker. The logic of the site is that student location, both vis-à-vis the teacher and specific other students, has a significant impact on that student’s ability to focus on the content and skills being taught. This service provides longitudinal data concerning behaviors and performance. 

Website: http://www.classcharts.com/

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