Learnteria Launches Review Site for Education Resources and Services
Learnteria has launched a new service, also dubbed Learnteria, that aims to be the Yelp of education technology.
Educators and parents can visit the site to provide or read reviews of education-related resources in categories such as administration, consultants and presenters, ed tech, conferences, curricular and extracurricular, books and more.
The company is also "actively calling on all educators and parents to get involved - not only by providing ratings, but suggesting the products and services they'd like to see listed," according to a news release.
"We already have over one thousand vendors on board that produce a whopping 300,000 listings, covering a huge gamut, including school/classroom products, professional training courses, school bus providers, food vendors, apps and even study materials such as poets and novels," said Erick Watt-Udogu, founder and president of Learnteria, in a prepared statement. "Our plan is to build the community to contain literally every resource an educator would come into contact with during their career — both in terms of tangible products and features of their actual curriculums."
More information is available at learnteria.com.
Joshua Bolkan is contributing editor for Campus Technology, THE Journal and STEAM Universe. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.