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We are Seeking Examples of Crowdsourcing EdTech Product Reviews and Efficacy Research
If you know of any efforts to aggregate and/or disseminate Education Technology product reviews and/or efficacy research, please identify them below so that our Working Group can examine them to identify best practices, draw attention to worthy efforts, and potentially assist with coordination between them. Please note if you have a personal connection and/or could introduce us to someone. If you would like to see idea submitted so far by others, please visit:
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Please list any statewide, multi-institution, or industry association efforts to share EdTech product reviews or efficacy research that you know of.
Please list any academic scholarship that summarizes and/or analyzes EdTech product reviews or efficacy research that you know of.
Please list any public websites that may collect and display consumer and/or third party product comparisons, in the style of Yelp or Consumer Reports that you know of.
Please list any venture capital, private equity, or other private company efforts to aggregate EdTech product reviews and/or efficacy research that you know of.
Please list any aggregations of efficacy research evaluations (such as the ones often required for grants, i.e. i3, RTT, NSF, etc.) that you know of.
Please list any organizations that either ASPIRE to participate in an EdTech research / product review crowdsourcing effort, are PLANNING such an effort, or may be interested in FUNDING such an effort that you know of.
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