review:ed Episode #12
“The Textbook Revolution that wasn’t”
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- [01:07] Welcome Dave Schappell of TeachStreet
- [02:13] Back in April 2010 Dave and Kirsten talked about the same companies on review:ed
- [03:00] Recap of the Apple Education event
- [05:09] Was Christopher still excited one day later?
- [06:12] The iBook Author EULA
- [16:40] iTunesU App – a hidden LMS?
- [18:40] What will Amazon’s answer be?
- [21:15] Kno’s answer to Apple entering the market
- [27:42] Kno Me & automated Flashcards
- [34:10] Chegg launched eTextbook Reader based on HTML5
- [35:30] Wolfram launched Education Portal
- [40:10] Thank you to Dave for joining us
- [42:45] Chris talks about the interview with Osman Rashid
- [49:30] How Chegg and Kno compete
- [52:00] Livemocha Scholarship Program
- [57:30] $100 million Venture Fund for traditional colleges
Source: Inside Higher Ed
- [1:01:00] Thomas Fordham Institute shares data on costs vs quality of online and offline schools