From massive open online courses (MOOCs), to open-sourced eTextbooks, to interactive quizzes, it’s now easier than ever before for people to bypass expensive big-name publishers to create their own educational content.
[caption id="attachment_58645" align="alignleft" width="150"] Free educational resources are difficult to find online.[/caption]
For faculty and their students, however, finding the best of this content can be a challenge. For content creators, getting the attention of those users in such a crowded market can be even more so.
That’s why the education platform StudySoup has launched its Education Marketplace, a new...