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Online Education Video Aggregator/Development

a startup idea shared by Jay Murray on 12/19/2014

Background: There has been a surge in the past few years of online education tools, primarily third party videos like those from Khan Academy, PatrickJMT, iTunesU, and from institutions like MIT with open courseware. Problem: Some of these videos are high quality; however, one must weed through many videos, which may contain extraneous information. Videos for higher-level classes do not exist in a high quality format. Some institutions offer videos, however one seldom finds a video with good audio, video, as well as a good professor. Solution: My idea is a website, which aggregates and creates material for all level courses. High quality, preexisting videos for lower level courses would be vetted and arranged in a cogent manner, cutting down on choices, as well as matched up with popular textbooks, so students could easily find a suitable match. Videos for high-level courses would be created, and paired to popular textbooks. Practice problems and review questions could also be easily added.


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Jayasimha Makineni I will be glad to be part of the vetting team Bengaluru
Zubin Ajmera Engineering India
Lisa Cook Would love to contribute. Vet. Organizr Columbia, SC USA
MARIOS AP public relations Greece
Pedro Gastal Growth Marketing - user acquisition and retention London, United Kingdom
Monica Singh data analyst san francisco, USA
Mir PublishingLlc Developer Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA

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