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EdTechReview supports its community members by providing professional development, training and support in edtech adoption and implementation for their 21st century education initiatives. We help people understand the need and role of technology in education, and guide them through its implementation, adoption, integration to improve learning. Learn More


a. We realize that educators and learners lack exposure to existing technologies that might solve their educational needs and lack knowledge on its usage for teaching and learning.

b. Administrators and teachers lack knowledge on purposeful and successful edtech adoption, implementation and integration in their institution and classrooms.

c. There is a big disconnect between Educators (people who use edtech) and education entrepreneurs (people who build edtech), and entrepreneurs and startups lack exposure to real problems in education sector, real needs of students, teachers and the institutions in the 21st century.

ETR’s audience includes students, parents, teachers, educators, administrators and decision makers, education entrepreneurs and startups, education investors, education and business leaders, policy makers, govt. officials, education researchers, scholars, trainers and consultants.

Getting in touch with us is very simple and we are always there to listen to your requests/suggestions. Click here.
We really love to see people contributing to the community in any form possible. Please click here to see various options to contribute to the community.
We are open to guest posts. If you wish to contribute a post please click here. Guest posts offer content under contribution category and therefore the link are non-promotional type. All links are no-follow type as per google guidelines. All posts have a 300 characters long paragraph at the end of the post called the Author Bio which supports use of 1 web link and up-to 3 social links. All links are of type no-follow. If you are looking for promotional content, please click here.
EdTechReview as a community has a very broad vision and we are always open to a variety of partnerships which help us move closer to our vision and deliver the best to our community. If you are interested in partnering with EdTechReview please click here.
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To offer most of the content free to our community members and to keep the community running we put ads on our community site that blends in with the content and don’t look annoying. We also put ads in our newsletters and reports. Ads are generally 3rd party content for which we get paid. It doesn’t mean that we are biased towards a particular advertiser.

If you have something to brand and want the community to know, ETR is the perfect place for it. We offer a variety of advertising options. Please click here for details.

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