It took me a while, but I finally edited and produced all of the interviews I recorded at ISTE in the WizIQ virtual booth this year. These were originally posted over on the WizIQ blog since they were kind enough to give me free access to their virtual classroom, but I wanted to share the interviews here, as well. I hope you enjoy them - there are some great conversations here.
I've broken the embedded videos up into multiple pages to keep page loading snappy, but you can jump to individual interviews following the links below:
- Capstone Digital
CEO Todd Brekhus and I discussed Capstone's digital literacy products, particularly myON Reader.
- Funding Factory
Sean Michaels, the co-founder of Funding Factory, explained their model for turning recycled in cartridges and small electronics into cash for schools and a profitable business for them.
Becky Splitt, CEO of StudyBlue, talked about new research, new trends, and the company's awesome social learning platform.
- Funds for Learning
John Harrington, CEO of Funds for Learning, chatted with me about their eRate consulting business.
- Learning Resources
I talk with Mike Alm, Digital Strategy & Business Development Manager for Learning Resources, about their new technology that makes any flat surface an interactive projector.
- PCI Education
Lee Wilson, President and CEO of PCI Education, give me the rundown on their research-based special education products.
As always, Ellen Siminoff (President and CEO of Shmoop) and I have a great talk about the company and ed tech.
- Texas Instruments
Lampless projectors - that's right, lampless. Jaime Beringer of Texas Instruments tells me about this awesome new tech from the company.
Vince Leung, Co-Founder of MentorMob, and I catch up on the latest from the content curation platform.