Some of Edthena's potential customers may also be pitched by other companies with similarish offerings. Those companies try to skew the differences as our weakness. But the differences may actually represent a present position of strength in overall quality or outcomes for Edthena.
All Blog Posts With video Tag or Category
July 10, 2014
June 29, 2014
Students have produced more than 300 video documentaries about veterans and survivors of World War II as part of a digital media program highlighted at ISTE 2014.
May 13, 2014
Channel One's acquisition by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt represents a strategic investment, designed to bring new video and cross-media production capabilities to the longtime publisher.
March 07, 2014
In his second webisode for LearningMatters.tv, Sam Chaltain traveled to Philly for the 7th annual Educon, in search of answers to the conference's central question: What is the future of education? See for yourself what he discovered.
February 10, 2014
Ultimately, it came down to providing whatever we needed to ensure users could be successful with the entire video observation and feedback process. And it turned out that, the process was more than just how to interact with videos online. We had to help users get the videos online.
December 12, 2013
As speculation abounds as to whom New York mayor-elect Bill de Blasio will choose to be his schools chancellor, PBS's Learning Matters launched a new web series profiling one of the leading contenders: Montgomery County (MD) superintendent Joshua Starr. Will he make a good choice? See for yourself.
October 14, 2013
An introduction to Adam Geller and his startup, Edthena, for the "Ed Tech From the Ground Up" series and blog. Plus an explanation of why Justin Bieber is in the headline.
February 28, 2013
A new short film aims to get students excited about careers in computer programming.
December 13, 2012
The New York City Department of Education is expanding a pilot program to share public library books and resources with area schools.
March 06, 2012
Some instructors may be more open to having their lessons taped than administrators may think.