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MentorMob helps teachers aggregate online content into a learning ‘playlist’


Materials for teaching and learning exist everywhere online: in YouTube videos, SlideShare presentations, and published articles, for example. MentorMob is a free new platform that helps teachers collect, or “curate,” this content in one simple place for their lessons.

MentorMob organizes the best content for a specific subject, called a “mob,” into an engaging learning playlist to bring the sense of discovery and fun back into learning, the company says. It manages online materials; replaces the complex authoring tools in the education marketplace; and allows teachers to share and distribute their playlists with other interested educators.

Playlists can be edited easily and can be rated by users, with those rated highest appearing at the top of a search. http://www.mentormob.com

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