Learning is fantastic, however, before you actually learn there is a decision process that takes place. This is based on what you want to learn and the specific place/institution you want to attend for these classes/courses. How many times have you heard: “opportunities are there you just have to look for them”? And how many times have you wished that there was a place where you could simply filter all these opportunities and select one? Well… your wishes have come true, at least for educational opportunities. In part 5 of the EdTech unicorn series, we will be talking about companies that offer platforms that connect you with educational opportunities.
Making sure that you can practice your Cantonese at 2 am from your bedside – EdTech Unicorns Blog series part 4
Have you ever seen those 1950’s french movies and experienced a unique desire to learn french in order to recite those lines? Well, it’s happened to me too, but I’ve found that it is 2 am, I’m in the countryside and there’s no sight of a french academy or anyone that speaks french for miles. This is no longer a problem!
This blog will focus on edTech unicorns that are renowned or mainly have focused on MOOCs. MOOCs are Massive Open Online Courses, in other words, courses that are available for anyone to take regardless of where they are. As long as you have access to the Internet, of course. Blog number 3 in our EdTech Unicorns Blog series will focus on those companies that offer MOOCs if it was not explicit enough yet.
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They say unicorns are not real, but I’ve seen them. Wait… it gets better, I’ve tracked them down and mapped their DNA. No, I’m not talking about a horse-looking creature with a horn, but about startup companies with a valuation of over $1 billion. Now I’ve got particular tates and one breed has been the subject of my study: the EdTech unicorn.