Category Archives: 2. News

Presenting and Class Collaboration while Recording in LectureMonkey 4.8

The big news about version 4.8 is the ability to present a lecture on the web in full screen while its is being recorded. This is an amazing tool for teachers to use to help their students take better notes … Continue reading

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Tweeting and texting in class could help children concentrate in class and engage with subject better

A new study shows that tweeting and texting on topic can help students concentrate in class. I am exciting to share that the upcoming version of LectureMonkey (4.8) will be a breakthrough for students and teachers leveraging exactly that. Teachers … Continue reading

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LectureMonkey added to Flybridge Capital Edtech Market Map

A nice presentation by Flybridge Capital on the startup arena for edtech

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LectureMonkey is a 2014 Appy Award Finalist in Education

Yay! We are a MediaPost 2014 App Award finalist in the education category A list of  all the finalists can be found at:   http://www.mediapost.com/appyawards/finalists/

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Geektime article about LectureMonkey

Nice article (in hebrew) about LectureMonkey

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LectureMonkey 2.0 is Out – The World’s First (and Only) Universal Lecture Capture Platform

Most adult education is presented in the form of frontal lectures. It has been shown that high quality lecture notes are crucial for student understanding and knowledge retention from lectures. Students have difficulty taking quality notes, generally noting less than … Continue reading

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LectureMonkey Pilot for Professors

As an educator you are always looking for new, proven ways to help your students learn. Recent studies have shown that lecture recordings increase grades and enhance understanding. Not surprisingly, access to recorded lectures for review is very popular with … Continue reading

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