Q&A With Melissa Corto, Founder of Education Modified

EdTech Times spoke with Melissa Corto, founder of Education Modified, a comprehensive, research-based, special education tool to improve the education of students with diverse needs. Education Modified allows teachers to access specific teaching strategies, at

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Q&A With Tom Hatton, Co-Founder of RefME

EdTech Times spoke with Tom Hatton, Co-Founder of RefME, the first tool to accurately automate citations. Students can scan a book barcode directly from their smartphones, or add references with one click.

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Q&A with Cristobal Viedma, CEO of Monkimun

Q&A with Cristobal Viedma, CEO and Co-founder of Monkimun.

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Q&A With Justin Chando, CEO of Chalkup

Interview with Justin Chando, CEO of Chalkup.

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EDGE EdTech Launches in NYC for EdTech startups

A new edtech accelerator is being offered in New York City and it’s attracting some attention due to its veteran founders.

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Q&A with Meir Lebi, CEO of Learni

Q&A With Meir Lebi, CEO of Learni, an Israeli edtech startup, developer of real-time lesson management tools for one-to-one type of classroom environment, focusing on the K-12 education market.

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Q&A with Scott Welch, Co-founder of Edsby.

Q&A interview with Scott Welch of Edsby.

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EdTech Startup Hstry Launches out of Beta

Hstry keeps on growing and has just come out of beta yesterday. At SXSWedu, Hstry announced they had reached more than 17,000 users.

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Q&A With Jack Macleod, President of Alma

Q&A with President of Alma, Jack Macleod. Alma develops a single, cloud-based platform combining features of LMS and SIS, as well data.

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Q&A with Greg Wright, CEO of Naiku

Q&A with Greg Wright, CEO of Naiku – a company that develops and provides cloud-based classroom assessment software.

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