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EdTech Outlook 2016 – Frank Bonsal III

In this EdTech Outlook 2016 interview, Frank Bonsal III shares his thoughts on edtech investments, the Instructure IPO, virtual reality and the edtech bubble. Continue reading

Think Global EDUKWEST Academy

Think Big – Think Global

Over the last few weeks, I have been sharing my thoughts on the key differentiators in this sector and the spectrum of opportunities that the Ed Tech sector brings compared to other sectors in the context of really understanding the value creation dynamics. All these views, be they good, bad, boring or controversial are, of course, my personal thoughts.

In my previous posts, I talked about:

1. Content vs. Technology
2. Education vs. Technology
3. User vs. Buyer; and
4. Scale vs. Specialist

Now let’s talk about where your business is based.

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EdTech Startup List: Tutoring Global

The tutoring industry is a booming market worldwide, currently estimated at around 100 to 150 billion USD annually and with the potential to grow to 190 billion USD, depending on whose research you take as basis.

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Learning a New Language in Virtual Reality

Editor’s Note: This post has first been published on the Unimersiv Community.


Virtual Reality, and its immersive nature, are fast changing the way education is being imparted in some of the leading schools worldwide. No longer is the transfer of knowledge restricted to pen and paper, blackboard and chalk, and PowerPoint presentations. It has taken the turn for experience-based learning in its truest form. This is so because with virtual reality, the observer is transported into a whole other world which has been designed to provide visual and tactile stimuli to them. This aids in more adequate retention of knowledge.

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Scale vs Specialist EDUKWEST Academy

Scale vs Specialist

Over the last few weeks, I have been sharing my thoughts on the key differentiators in this sector and the spectrum of opportunities that the Ed Tech sector brings compared to other sectors in the context of really understanding the value creation dynamics. All these views, be they good, bad, boring or controversial are, of course, my personal thoughts.

In my previous posts I talked about:

1. Content vs. Technology,
2. Education vs. Technology; and
3. User vs. Buyer

Now for some thoughts on the potential of addressing scale solutions vs. specialist sub-sector

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