Full Length Video from MOOC Madness: Technapex’s Panel on Online Education


The madness continues! For those of you who missed our MOOC Madness panel on online education or simply want to relive it, you can now watch the full-length video recap. The event, hosted by TriplePoint and Technapex, took place on Monday, Continue reading

Video Highlights from MOOC Madness: Technapex’s Panel on Online Education


We don’t want to stop the madness just yet — that’s why we’re posting video highlights of Monday’s MOOC Madness panel on online education to our blog today. The event, hosted by TriplePoint and Technapex, included a panel discussion on the Continue reading

Meograph Releases First Paid License for Educators

Meograph for Education

Storytelling in the classroom has all kinds of benefits for students. Not only do students love to listen to their teachers read and tell interesting stories, but encouraging students to create their own enhances skills across all subjects, including verbal Continue reading

The Digits: Rocking Out to Math Through Music, Video, and Games

The Digits

Entrepreneur Scotty Iseri had an a-ha moment as he watched his three-year-old niece (one of nine nieces and nephews he has in all) try to engage with Elmo on Sesame Street, whom she was watching on a television set. This Continue reading

Tweetables: Weekly Edtech News Good Enough to Tweet


Haven’t been keeping up with your edtech news lately? Fear not! Technapex presents “Tweetables,” our roundup of the week’s top shareable #edtech articles. Be sure to follow us on Twitter too! @Technapex California Bill Seeks Campus Credit for Online Study Continue reading

Video: Technapex’s Pre-Conference Edtech Mixer

Our stellar moderator and panelists

Now that SXSWedu has officially wrapped up, you can relive our pre-conference edtech mixer through our video recap! The event, hosted by TriplePoint on February 25, 2013, took place at Parisoma in San Francisco. Tina Barseghian, founder and editor of NPR’s MindShift, led Continue reading

Tweetables: Weekly News That’s Good Enough to Tweet


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Lynda.com Founder Speaks About 18-Year-Old Company’s “Overnight” Success


A little over a month ago, the edtech world was abuzz with the record venture funding round awarded to online education company Lynda.com, the web-based subscription service for educational videos that was founded in 1995. The company received funding to the Continue reading

Professor Keith Devlin on Teaching His First MOOC


Professor Keith Devlin is a Stanford University mathematics professor who recently finished teaching his very first MOOC, or massively open online course. For those who have been living under a rock, a MOOC is course that anyone with an internet connection can Continue reading

Senator Mike Johnston Gives One Heck of a Speech on Education


Forbes calls it “the best speech about education — ever.” We’d have to agree that it’s pretty damn good. Colorado state senator Mike Johnston’s passion for education comes through in this short speech on his experience working for Teach for Continue reading