5 Promising EdTech Startups From LAUNCHedu 2014

Recently SXSWedu had organized four-day event to connect and collaborate large number of education stakeholders worldwide. Entries from all across the globe participated in the LAUNCHedu competition. Here are 5 promising edtech startups who participated in the competition.

Admittedly

If you do not want to waste your time applying for the wrong universities then admittedly.com is the right place for you.  Admittedlyis a New York based online college advisory platform that assists its users in finding right college for them. Admittedly mainly targets guidance counselors, high school students and their parents.

Eduvee

Eduvee is UK based online community for the educators and learners that excessively use social media for the exchange of thoughts, ideas and knowledge among various users. Eduvee’s learning system is powered by real-time data analytics and covers Biology, Chemistry and Physics for ages 11-16.

RobotsLAB

Imagine a robot is teaching you science and maths, isn’t interesting. The RobotsLAB BOX is an innovative learning-aid representing essential concepts of math and science by using robots. The interactive lessons offered here assist students in learning various concepts of science and math.

Proctorio Remote Proctor

Proctorio is cost-effective automatic remote proctoring software that assists universities to validate student identities during online assessments. The responsibility of Proctorio Remote Proctor is to stop academic policy violations during online exams.

ClassroomIQ

ClassroomIQ was launched in 2013 and till date around 200,000 open response questions have been graded by the teachers using ClassroomIQ. Here, they enable teachers to grade instant feedback or grade to loads open-responses and hand-written work in minutes.

 


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Author: Prasanna Bharti
Prasanna is a blogger by profession, and loves to write about education technology. Her write-ups intend to provide a deep insight about enormous resources and ideas available to make learning better and effective with the use of technology.
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