Khan Academy for the Masses – ShowMe Boasts 1.5M Lessons

[ 0 ] March 18, 2012 |

ShowMe, the startup with the ultimate iPad app and corresponding web platform, turns the iPad into a video whiteboard allows teachers to record lessons while drawing on the touchscreen whiteboard.  The recorded video lesson can then be shared on the app and web where learners can browse video lessons on everything from math and physics to finance, history and the arts at their own pace.

ShowMe has over 400k downloads since summer 2011 and with over 1.5 million lessons is taking the Khan Academy concept mainstream.  ShowMe’s technology powers Princeton Review’s SAT Prep app.

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Category: Distributed Learning, iPad Apps, K-12

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