The education technology industry is seeing a massive influx of investment, interest, and resources. From tools to help you track grades to apps that help you find your next school, there’s a litany of resources being created on a daily basis.
I know the endless stream of stuff on Edudemic can be a bit overwhelming (the homepage alone is hard to track, I know) so I thought you might benefit from having a quick list of the education technology startups we’re watching, learning about, and chatting with.
Below is by no means an exhaustive list and it’s in absolutely no particular order. Each startup is doing something cool (we think, at least) and is worth knowing about.
Want to add your startup to the list? We’re going to try and do this on a regular basis so add your name down in the comments. Thanks!
The Chalkable app store lists the best education apps from across the web. You can browse apps by category, such as History, Math, Science, and more.
Understoodit is a web-application that helps teachers measure classroom confusion.
Noodle recommends and connects you with the right schools, providers, experts, and tools to make your path to learning simple and fun.
Interested in blended learning solutions? Education Elements helps schools design and implement the right blended learning solutions for teachers & students.
A simple way to find and enroll in classes being held near you. Available in NYC and LA coming soon.
Using MyEdu helps every student tell his or her unique story in an interactive and fun web layout.
Obeekaybee.com is a Qualified Online Teacher Database and Resource Center.
Find, build and share resources with teachers across the hall or across the world — aligned with.
The social network for education. Simple, elegant course management meets social networking. All for free.
Learnist makes it easy to share what you know and learn new things.
Store, organize, and share your education and research for free.
Straigherline provides students with online courses and the ability to earn college credits.
The Metryx Mobile Tracker is an exciting new application that gives educators an easier way to conduct formative assessments and monitor student progress on the fly!
Educating and helping students and professors write better business plans, feasibility plans, and marketing plans collaboratively in the classroom.
A must-know resource for all teachers and students. Coursera is one of the big names in Massive Open Online Courses right now.
Get immediate homework help or set up afforable online tutoring with a tutor from a top college.
Improve Student Outcomes and Instructor Effectiveness with the only Adaptive Learning Management System that can be configured to meet your specific academic and technology needs.
Knewton is a technology company that uses data to continuously personalize online learning content for individual students. Knewton analyzes data about the performance of each student and similar students on the platform, as well as the relevance of the educational content, in order to serve up the best activity for each student at a particular moment in time.
rSmart takes a different approach to higher ed technology. We make open source, community developed software easy to deploy, fully supported, and enterprise ready to lower costs, improve efficiencies, and reduce risk.
Udemy helps students make moves. Whether you want to get promoted, break into a new industry, start a company, further a passion, or just accelerate your life, Udemy helps you learn from the amazing instructors in the world, so that you can get there and get there faster.
SlideKlowd creates interaction and engagement wherever there is an audience.
EdX is a not-for-profit enterprise of its founding partners Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that features learning designed specifically for interactive study via the web.
Celly believes small messages change the world so we built a place where 140 characters builds movements inspires learning levels playing fields & promotes free speech
General Assembly is a global network of campuses for technology, business, and design