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Choosito Reaches Learn Launch Midpoint

We are pleased to announce that Choosito has reached the mid-point of the Learn Launch Accelerator, a leading edtech startup program.  Choosito is excited to be part of the Learn Launch program that is helping its student search technology get into the hands of even more students and teachers. ABOUT LEARN LAUNCH: As one of […]

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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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Choosito! and Quick Key partner to deliver curated, personalized learning content based on quizzes and quiz results.

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. (October 20, 2016) Choosito! Inc., curator of open Web content for learning and National Science Foundation Business Innovation Award winner, and Quick Key, maker of mobile assessment software, have partnered to offer students personalized learning content based on quizzes and other data. Choosito! wants to better-understand the needs of students who search its […]

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Need an Alternative to Google’s Reading Filter?

It was May of 2015, and The Internet was up in arms. It wasn’t because of a casting decision for some superhero blockbuster. It had nothing to do with a Kardashian. It wasn’t even a gaffe by a politician. No, this controversy had to do with one of Google’s Advanced Search filters – the search […]

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