TED-Ed is a new initiative to build a deep, tagged archive of educational videos — expanding the reach and power of great video (including TEDTalks) into the classroom by making them easier for teachers to find. Above, TEDsters use BlackBerry PlayBooks to watch and tag educational videos in the Café at TEDGlobal 2011; below, TED-Ed’s Logan Smalley gives a master class on the vision of TED-Ed and how to get involved. Photo above: James Duncan Davidson. Photo below: Robert Leslie
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A filmmaker/butcher, an opera singer and a pair of computational biologists: Meet the latest class of TED Fellows
In the video above, get to know the 20 newest TED Fellows, who are joining our global network of 300+ innovators who color far outside the lines. This class of Fellows, who will be attending TEDGlobal 2014, represents 16 countries as well as bold ideas in photography, healthcare, food distribution, conservation, street art and, well, you name […]
TEDSketchNotes.Tumblr.com gives you Cliffs Notes to talks from speakers like Del Harvey, Ken Robinson, Andras Forgacs and Ed Yong, in sketchbook form. The passion project of Chicago-area designer Stefani Bachetti, what sets this Tumblr apart from other sketchnote spins on talks (see them from TEDGlobal 2011, TED2012, TED2013 and TED2014) is that a new image gets posted every weekday, […]