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Jon Bischke on the eduFire SuperPass

This is the first interview of EDUKWEST. My guest was Jon Bischke, Founder and CEO of eduFire.com. In this interview he gave a short review about the road that took him to launching eduFire, an overview about the eduFire SuperPass and a look ahead.

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Additional Links to this Interview:

eduFire – Live Video Learning: http://www.edufire.com

EduRev Blog: http://edurev.com/blog

Jon Bischke’s personal Blog: http://www.jonbischke.com

Jon Bischke on Twitter: @jonbischke

Kirsten Winkler is the founder and editor of EDUKWEST. She writes about Social Media, Digital Society and Startups at KirstenWinkler.com and the future of learning at Disrupt Education. You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Google+

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  • http://www.tofugu.com koichi

    Hey Kirsten, our blog is http://blog.edufire.com – the one you're listing is from wayyyy back in the day. Looking forward to watching this vid!

    • http://kirstenwinkler.com KirstenWinkler

      Hey Koichi, I know that it is the old one. That's what makes it so interesting :). To read the thoughts of Jon and the others before eduFire existed.

      So I thought, I should link it as it has a direct connection to some of my questions in the interview. But of course I recommend the new eduFire blog to everyone who is interested in the latest news about eduFire!

  • joy072

    I attended a session on edufire with Kirsten Winkler and she is not just gorgeous but very professional..and I am pretty sure she'll become an on-line leader in EU..Best of wishes!!

    Juan

    From Colombia-South America.

    • http://kirstenwinkler.com KirstenWinkler

      That is very kind of you, Juan. Thank you very much! All the best to you, too.

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  • rainbowhill

    It's refreshing to hear of the “joint partnership” between tutors and eduFire, and that down-to-earth philosophy is what keeps the place buzzing with activity. I completely agree that if you are sincere about building an audience and build value for students into your product, then you'll do well on eduFire.

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