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Ainstein

Personalized learning assistant that curates eLearning

Ainstein helps to create a habit of getting shit done, when it comes to online courses via small portions of lessons every day that he's pushing to you. Down the road Ainstein is going to motivate you and suggest next courses based on your interests.

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Courseroot

Biggest online course database on the web

Courseroot aggregates and ranks the best online courses from the biggest platforms on the web. Prospective students can filter through +50.000 online courses based on level of difficulty, price, hours of content, and certificate quality. Currently integrated are Coursera, edX, Udacity, Futurelearn, Khan Academy, Udemy, Springboard, and Skillshare.

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Course List

Free listing of online courses

Course List is a free listing of online courses that matches 3 simple requirements: at least 50 students, at least 1 month old, and available for purchase as a stand alone course (not as a subscription to a massive site containing lots of courses).

Paul Jarvis
I started creating online courses in 2014. At the time it was for fun and really just to see if I could create one (I never intended it to be the main part of my business). But now, years later, I've created courses that have been taken by over 10,000 students (which is scary to imagine) and generated over $1,000,000 dollars in revenue.
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BitDegree

Blockchain-powered, smart-incentives based online education

The BitDegree platform offers students the best online courses with a clear and transparent blockchain based reward system and achievement tracking. Think of it as Coursera and HackerRank merged together, powered by the decentralized blockchain.

NOTE: Till 7-6-18, 08:00 EST, All Courses are Free on the BitDegree.

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Stacks

A bookshelf for your online courses

Showcase your Coursera, edX, Udacity and Udemy courses on Stacks.

Keep your followers up-to-date with what you've been working on.

Knowing that your followers will receive an email when you complete a course helps to keep you motivated.

Share your accomplishments to social media.

Medium
I am the founder of a company called Stacks. We recently launched our website which was created to make it easy to share the MOOCs you've been taking with friends. Here are 3 reasons why you should share your MOOCs: Keep your friends up to date.
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Scholr

Digital learning assistant for school students

Scholr is a digital learning assistant for school students in grades 6 to 12. Scholr's proprietary technology provides instant academic guidance using optimal mix of AI and community. With such operational advantages, every student is provided a guaranteed help within 30 minutes for free of cost.

DailyHunt
Hyderabad: IIIT Seed Fund has invested in Scholr, an artificial intelligence (AI)-based learning solution app that provides personalised education at scale. The fund has been created to invest in technology startups from the IIIT-Hyderabad incubator and startup ecosystem. It is a fund from a network of investors comprising of tech professionals and successfu… See more
This Week India
Hyderabad, February 19, 2018. IIIT seed fund has invested in Scholr, an AI-based learning solution app that provides personalized education at scale. IIIT SeedFund has been created to invest in tech startups from the IIIT-Hyderabadincubator and startup eco system. It is a fund from a network of investorscomprising of tech professionals and successful entrepr… See more
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