“Easy-to-use application reduces training costs by delivering effective in-app walkthroughs for software applications, websites and online services.”
“This partnership combines the latest corporate learning technology addressing content discovery, personalization, system integration, and analytics.”
“Mobile app with curated content channels on cutting-edge technologies will provide daily microlearning to keep India’s competitive edge in global markets and accelerate the growth of Digital India.”
“EdCast, the industry award-winning, knowledge network for informal and formal learning for Fortune 500 enterprises and organizations, is proud to host the second annual Future Learning 2020 Summit on Oct 13-14, 2016. The main event on Friday, October 14 will be held at the Computer History Museum in Palo Alto, CA starting at 8am PT and concluding at 5pm PT.”
The official site for the event can be found at: https://www.edcast.com/corp/summit2016/
“Making progress on the Sustainable Development Goals takes many of us working together to make a difference and EdCast has been a key partner in all of our efforts,” states Chandrika Bahadur, President of the SDSN Association, which hosts the SDG Academy.
This award highlights the fact that knowledge networks and microlearning are getting the attention of organizations turning knowledge into performance… Read more.
“Karl Mehta is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and engineer, with over 20 years of experience in founding, building, and funding technology companies in the U.S. and international markets. ”.. Read more.
“NOVUS Summit, a special event of the 2016 High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF), recognized Karl Mehta ( EdCast, Founder & CEO) for contributing to 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). ”.. Read more.
“EdCast content is remotely accessible from all devices and platforms, so employees can incorporate professional education into their daily routines. EdCast users can even create personalised feeds for individuals, teams, or even departments, within a secure enterprise. EdCast can provide an organisation’s employees with educational content that empowers them to transform into a high-performance workforce. ”.. Read more.
“Access to curated and personalized knowledge based on the roles and job function is the new competitive advantage in the rapidly changing knowledge economy,” said Karl Mehta, Founder & CEO, EdCast Inc. “Sales-University is the leading innovator in the Sales training category and we are excited to have their platform, customers and team to join the EdCast Knowledge Network”.. Read more.
“Mehta said EdCast will continue to scout for acquisitions that provide specialised services in specific sectors, and singled out healthcare as a top priority. The platform has seen a high level of traction from medical practitioners including doctors, nurses and paramedics, said Mehta. ”.. Read more.
“We’re challenging the status quo when it comes to the way we share and retain knowledge,” says Karl Mehta, CEO of EdCast. “This global competition is about pushing the boundaries of social innovation, and encouraging people from around the world to use their creativity to make learning the ultimate shared experience.”.. Read more.
Tata Trusts has partnered with EdCast to announce the launch of the Global Educator Teach-A-Thon. A global challenge; this platform is open to all educators in India as well.. Read more.
EdCast, the fast-growing social knowledge network on which users learn from influencers, peers and subject matter experts, today announced the launch of the Global Educator Teach-A-Thon, a new annual challenge for educators to showcase the impact and power of social learning and mobile livestream technology. Read more.
EdCast, the online and mobile platform for distributing educational content from a network of industry experts, has raised $16 million in its latest round of funding. Read more.
EdCast, a Stanford StartX company that creates Knowledge Cloud platforms for institutions, educators, enterprises and governments worldwide to collaborate with each other, today announced two leading technology universities in Australia have selected EdCast to offer online and mobile courses to university students and external learners worldwide. Read more.
The idea behind Stanford company EdCast seems fairly straight forward: get experts to share their knowledge by live broadcast and video. But unlike most edtech companies that raise money slowly, EdCast seems to be gaining a lot of momentum. Read more.
Organised by Karl Mehta of EdCast, a 12-hour long coding competition (hackathon) concluded in Rashtrapati Bhavan where the coders developed prototypes for basic social challenges. Read more.
Professional knowledge network EdCast has planned a 12 hour ‘Code for India’ hackathon at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, themed around social impact innovations which will be held on March 19. Read more.
Entrepreneurs give “10 minute” micro-learning insights on social knowledge platform EdCast. It’s not for credit or credentials, but Silicon Valley is lending two invaluable things to the education community: its time and its experience-based knowledge. Read more.
Professional knowledge network EdCast has planned a 12 hour ‘Code for India’ hackathon at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, themed around social impact innovations which will be held on March 19. Over 1,000 individuals have registered but only 100 will be selected to participate in the event. Read more.
EdCast, the fast-growing social knowledge network on which users learn from the masters, today announced that it has added HP’s online Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) to its network. Read more.
EdCast Knowledge Networks uses PubNub to enable millions of lifelong learners at Fortune 500 companies, governments and associations, to set and reach their learning and career goals in a learning environment that is social, engaging and fun. Read more.
MUMBAI: “The ecosystem for startups needs a lot of work in India,” says Karl Mehta, Founder of Ed Cast as he outlines the expectations from the upcoming Budget session of this year. Read more.
EdCast, the fast-growing social knowledge network on which users learn from the masters, today announced that it has added HP’s online Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE) to its network. HP LIFE 2.0, powered by EdCast’s knowledge sharing platform, will harness the influence of EdCast’s social learning platform as it offers 25 interactive micro-courses. Read more.
I’ve just returned from the World Economic Forum in Davos where the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” was the main topic of discussion. The first revolution started with the use of water and steam to power machinery. The second replaced water and steam-powered machines with electrical power. The third is the digital revolution and the current fourth revolution is the combination of hardware, robotics, and massive computing power that will make technology an essential part of almost every aspect of people’s lives. Read more.
Last year will be remembered as one of the biggest years of extremist violence around the world. Still, education is the enemy of radicalism. Technological innovation is key. The fact that we lack resources to innovate in education is as true now as it was 10 years ago. Technology is providing us with a solid opportunity to rethink the way education is supported everywhere. Read more.
Silicon Valley-based technology education startup EdCast plans to get into tie-ups with as many as 500 educational institutions and invest up to $50 million (Rs 325 crore) in India in 2016. The company creates knowledge cloud platforms that enable educators and institutions to deliver their content worldwide. Read more.
At the Startup India event in Delhi on 16 January, founders of fintech-related firms and industry experts gathered to share insights with aspiring entrepreneurs. Read more.
I’ve just returned from the World Economic Forum in Davos where the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” was the main topic of discussion. The first revolution was started by the use of water and steam to power machinery, and the second replaced water and steam-powered machines with electrical power. The third is the information technology revolution and the current fourth revolution, is driven by the combination of hardware, robotics, and massive computing power that will embed information technology in almost everything and everyone. Read more.