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Lessonface EdTech Startup Profile EDUKWEST

Lessonface – EdTech Startup Profile

Name: Lessonface
Website: www.lessonface.com
Headquarters: New York City, USA
Vertical: K-12, Lifelong Learning
Tech: Web App

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EdTech Startup List Tutoring Global EDUKWEST

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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Reading List Online Tutoring EDUKWEST

Reading List: Online Tutoring

This Reading List: Online Tutoring is an extension of our popular “Tutoring Markets Overview” and can be used independently or in combination with the beforementioned.

It features 23 articles and gives the reader a thorough introduction to the diversity and business of online tutoring in markets including the U.S., the UK, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Asia.

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Cengage Chegg Tutors EDBRIEF 09 2015 EDUKWEST

EDBRIEF: Cengage integrates Chegg Tutors to Digital Calculus Materials

Cengage Learning partnered with Chegg to directly integrate Chegg Tutors into its digital calculus materials.

Through the partnership students will get direct access to live online sessions from qualified tutors.

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OP-ED Transformation in Education Jason Pfaff EDUKWEST

The Next Wave of Transformation In Education

Online education radically transformed the long held notions of time and space as it related to educational delivery.  We saw commercials highlighting a working parent attending an MBA class in their pajamas.  Schools promised compressed timeframes that allowed for a faster time to completion, and extreme flexibility was promised allowing us to fit classes into an already hectic life.  That wave is cresting and rolling back out to sea, but its legacy is that it forced everyone to re-think when and where learning could happen, and how fast a degree could be earned.  The next wave will challenge those same notions, and force us to rethink that paradigm again, but how exactly that happens could surprise you.

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