Here is our weekly rundown of the edtech news covered by our sister site EDUKWEST Europe.
This week we got news from TES Global, announcing that the next version of TES Resources will introduce paid downloads. Learning Technologies Group merged Epic and LINE Communications into a new brand: LEO Learning. ABA English, an English learning platform from Spain raised €2.5 million.
Louise Rogers, CEO of TES Global, shared that the next version of TES Resources will enable teachers to charge for their uploaded content. According to the letter posted on the company’s website, the TES Resources community has grown to over 5.9 million members from across the globe and some of its contributors asked for an option to be rewarded for their content.
UK-based Learning Technologies Group (LTG) launched LEO Learning, the new education brand that combines its acquisitions Epic and LINE Communications, earlier this month. Preloaded, the gaming studio that has been acquired by LTG in May, will now operate as LEO Preloaded, the company’s division for games with purpose.
Barcelona-based English learning platform ABA English (ABA stands for American & British Academy) raised €2.5 million from Nauta Capital. The funding will be used to grow ABA English’s customer base in new markets and for the launch of mobile learning components.
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