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Year-Long Efficacy Study Kicks off in Rhode Island

This month, Choosito and Dr. Eleni Miltsakaki are excited to kick off a year-long efficacy study with Rocky Hill School in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. The study is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to evaluate how Choosito develops research and information literacy skills. Ultimately, the study aims to improve how students find quality […]

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Choosito chosen as a standout edtech company

On July 27th, Choosito participated in the LearnLaunch Summer EdTech Showcase, held in the LearnLaunch offices in Boston. As a member of the LearnLaunch 2017 Boost Cohort, Choosito pitched their updated products and strategy to other members of the edtech community. Choosito also demonstrated its student search engine, received valuable feedback, and networked with innovators and […]

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Choosito presenting at the EdTech Showcase

Come celebrate Choosito’s success and advancement with us tonight at the EdTech Showcase &Reception! Choosito @ the EdTech Showcase 4pm, Thursday 27 July 2017. 281 Summer St, Boston ABOUT THE EDTECH SHOWCASE: We are pleased to announce that Choosito will be a featured company today during the LearnLaunch Summer EdTech Showcase. As a presenter, Choosito […]

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Choosito at ISTE 2017

Choosito will be attending ISTE 2017 in San Antonio, Texas starting this week! Choosito is a National Science Foundation (NSF) student search engine that uses artificial intelligence to make it easy to find high quality K-12 websites filtered by subject and reading level. Choosito is excited to join the education community at ISTE. ABOUT ISTE […]

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IBM’s AI Competition Selects Choosito

Choosito is now one of the 147 companies shortlisted out of over 10,000 to compete in IBM Watson’s artificial intelligence XPrize! According to the TechCrunch article, the competition is the is the first not to identify a specific problem. Rather, teams are asked to define their own issue and address it using artificial intelligence.” The […]

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How can free web resources improve student performance?

How can free web resources improve student performance? A fresh new case study from the University of Pennsylvania breaks down how access to personalized online resources create significant student improvements.  The Study: Students from an elementary special-ed class in Delaware were kicking off a new STEM project on dinosaurs. The school library had a small […]

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