VIDEO – In celebration of 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s presidency, Startl is proud to be in the Legacy Gallery talking about The Future of Learning.
Startl’s Diana Rhoten gives on overview of the “edtech” sector at last week’s Education Venture Fair. From a brief market orientation and overview of the Fair to the 5 key tensions in the market.
The Cooney Center Prizes for Innovation has opened voting for the National STEM Video Game Challenge. Vote now!
Startl Design Boost alumni launch Toontastic an iPad app which enables kids to create and share their own creative cartoons.
The Social Science Research Council (SSRC), a not-for-profit organization devoted to the advancement of social science research and scholarship, invites applications for the position of Director of the New Youth City Learning Network.
A look at one school’s use of iPods and iPads in the classroom. Kids and teachers alike find these devices not just entertaining but useful in learning as well.
If you are a social venture and seeking seed funding, Hub Ventures may be for you. 3-4 teams will be awarded $75,000 in seed funding.
Students don’t just turn to the internet or apps for socializing and basic research but for study groups, class note support and general collaborative learning as well.
Startup Riot will be taking place on February 16, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. The deadline to submit your application to present is January 14, 2011.