Public education, Required, University & College - Written by on Friday, October 28, 2011 6:51 - 0 Comments

Salman Khan: On Going Beyond Videos


Salman Khan

Image by O'Reilly Conferences via Flickr

Khan Academy now has three million unique viewers each month. Florida Governor Jeb Bush and North Carolina Governor Jim Hunt hosted a conference earlier this month called The Future of State Universities.

They gathered some top education thinkers to talk about how to improve public universities.

Salman Kahn was on hand to discuss what he’s doing with Google and Bill Gates’ funding. Videos were just a prelude.

Here’s a video highlight with selected remarks from Kahn, where he talks about taking Khan Academy beyond videos into assessment and interaction:


Salman Khan remarks from the Future of State Universities Conference presented by Academic Partnerships

Here’s the full talk.

Leave a Reply


Campus Buzz

We welcome Tips & Pitches

What you need to know weekly:
The WiredAcademic newsletter.

* = required field

Latest WA Original Features

  • Twitter feed loading

Paul Glader, Managing Editor

Eleni Glader, Policy Editor

Elbert Chu, Innovation Editor

Ravi Kumar, Reporter & Social Media Editor

Derek Reed, Reporter

Brock Buesing, Contributor

error : cannot receive stock quote information

Cost of Education, Domestic, Education Quality, Ethics, For-Profit, Regulatory, Required, Students, University & College - Mar 11, 2012 21:17 - 0 Comments

Heard: Senators On Warpath Against For-Profit College Military Push

More In For-Profit

Blended Learning, Domestic, Elementary / Primary / Junior, Flipped Classrooms, High school / Secondary 2, International, Open Source Education, Required, School teachers, Startups, Students, Technology - Mar 12, 2012 19:04 - 0 Comments

Big Weekend For Sal Khan; Appears On 60 Minutes & Launches Free iPad App

More In Technology

Domestic, Education Quality, For-Profit, Friend, Fraud, or Fishy, Required, University & College - Feb 10, 2012 16:36 - 0 Comments

Heard: NYC Warns Against For-Profit Adult Education Scams

More In Friend, Fraud, or Fishy