Gian Marco Masoni Einztein

review:ed #8 with Gian Marco Masoni of Einztein

Gian Marco Masoni Einztein

Gian Marco Masoni

For this (almost) Christmas edition of review:ed I invited Gian Marco Masoni of Einztein. As we had a great talk during our EDUKWEST interview a couple of weeks ago and his thoughtful piece on the connected TV as potential education device he wrote for EDUKWEST, I wanted to have his thoughts on last week’s stories in education as well.

Big thank you to Marco for doing this episode with me, leaving his family on a Friday before Christmas!

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  • [02:13] Why SOPA Could Kill the Open Education Resource Movement
    Source: GOOD
  • [10:00] Education companies that support SOPA
    Source: VentureBeat


  • [18:10] Mozilla Open Badges Infrastructure
    Source: EDUKWEST
  • [27:00] MITx – free online courses with certification
    Source: EDUKWEST


  • [36:05] The top 5 ed tech developments of 2011 that weren’t
    Source: ZDNet
  • [48:10] Mobile Learning, Data Usage & Texting
    Source: EDUKWEST
  • [57:15] The Connected TV as Education Tool
    Source: EDUKWEST

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