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  • How Do I Validate My English Proficiency? June 22, 2018
    There are so many different types of English courses, proficiency exams and certifications offered that it can be hard to know which to take! Especially when it comes to testing, some are more popular in the US, while others are…
  • Ministry of Education Mandate to Learn English in Universities and Colleges in Peru is Driving Growth for Lingo Media August 19, 2016
    Peru is the third largest country in South America, rich in mineral resources and now with a renewed focus on education to revive an economy that has been vulnerable for the last decade. According to a whitepaper published in July…
  • Lingo Media: Going Global May 20, 2016
    Lingo Media is committed to preparing graduates for the international workplace and to helping faculty advance an intercultural perspective. That’s why we’re building partnerships with institutions from around the world.
  • The Opportunity for Lingo Media & EdTech in Latin America – Part II April 6, 2016
    In Latin America, education is facing multiple challenges. A tremendous number of students are not finishing school according to the Inter-American Development Bank. Barely 40 percent in the region graduate from secondary school.
  • Part III – How EdTech Companies Have Performed March 2, 2016
    It’s possible that the EdTech sector has arrived at the much vaunted inflection point. Every year it seems that there are more and more companies with revenue and sustainable business models.
  • Part II – Who Is Investing In Education Technology? February 24, 2016
    In education, the rapid growth of EdTech has shown that we’re now experiencing a huge technology-driven paradigm shift.
  • Part I – Why Invest In Education Technology? February 9, 2016
    Education has remained largely the same for hundreds of years. Technology is changing that and at a rapid pace.
  • The Opportunity for Lingo Media & EdTech in Latin America – Part I February 5, 2016
    Reshaping Education in Latin In Latin America, education is facing multiple challenges.  Tremendous amounts of students are not finishing school – according to the Inter-American Development Bank, barely 40 percent graduate from the secondary school level across the region.  Perhaps even worse,…
  • Global EdTech Market Metrics and Trends January 20, 2016
    Many investors view the current state of the education market as similar to the healthcare sector 30 years ago – well-established and on the cusp of significant and rapid change. Since an overwhelming majority of global education spending – estimated at…
  • Movie Stars Are Accidentally Bringing The World Together Through Education October 26, 2015
    Syrian refugee Nageen Mustafa made headlines recently when, in an appearance on ABC News, she recounted how she learned English through the popular American soap opera Days of our Lives. There was a period where television and movies were the primary source of English education in the developing world. Western travelers often spoke with amusement […]
  • The Importance of Scalability in EdTech October 22, 2015
    Scalability isn’t just a feature in EdTech, it’s the key to its utility. Technology has a tendency to integrate into education at all levels as soon as its integration becomes affordable and practical. This happens for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is the lasting benefits of interactive software on the learning […]
  • Colombia’s Growth Plan is Plain: English September 25, 2015
    Like many world leaders in both developing and developed nations, recently re-elected President Juan Manuel Santos advocates for education as a means of improving earning power and bringing more skills-based income to the national economy. At the beginning of his…
  • BYOD in EdTech – Accessibility Drives Users September 11, 2015
    organizations are tapping into our connectivity compulsion by allowing (or even requiring) their people to use their own devices on company networks
  • Lingo Media Brings EdTech to Latin America August 20, 2015
    As technology becomes an increasingly prevalent and enduring part of education, Lingo Media has identified Latin America as one of our prime target markets for growth. Members of our team are working to secure additional contracts and continue building our sales pipeline in Colombia and across Latin America. With more than 600 million people, smartphone […]
  • The 4 Stages of EdTech – The SAMR Model for Technology Integration August 11, 2015
    Image credit: Sylvia Duckworth, via @DavidGuerin Growth in technology within the education sector has advanced rapidly. This movement has increased the learning capability of students and the techniques of educators. Ultimately the global workforce and society as a whole will benefit positively. As expectations grow and progressively fashionable methods and tools are touted, it is […]
  • Making Ourselves #1: ELL Is Out To Become A Household Name July 31, 2015
    The McGraw Hill Company once published an ad that is now studied in advertising classes the world over. The famous “Man in the Chair” ad was meant to impress upon potential advertisers (Read: potential McGraw Hill Clients) the value of being a known quantity. The ad has achieved this level of fame because it’s effective. […]
  • The Importance of Accreditation July 28, 2015
    EdTech’s ability to make education more accessible and less costly is propelling us into a bright and enlightened future.   A growing population gains more access to education, the number of people who are qualified in various fields increases at nearly the same rate as people who think or claim that they’re qualified in those […]
  • Lingo Media Featured in Investors’ Digest July 20, 2015
    A big thankyou today as Lingo Media became Investors' Digest ESL recommendation for 2015. Great work team!
  • Discover Emerging Trends in Online Higher Education May 22, 2015
    As online education enrollment growth slows, programs are exploring new formats to appeal to students. The definition of online higher education is becoming increasingly broad as new models incorporate more real-time instruction, turn course work into competition or rethink how student learning is assessed, experts say.
  • Multi-Million Dollar Translation Blunders From Major Corporations May 14, 2015
    With faster and more accessible communication, transportation and monetary flows, the world is rapidly shrinking. Brands or products originating from one country – Fendi handbags, S.T. Dupont lighters, German automobiles, Japanese sushi, Scotch whiskey – are finding enthusiastic acceptance in…