Edpuzzle waives fees for video learning platform during coronavirus pandemic

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Spanish edtech startup Edpuzzle lets teachers create engaging remote-learning tools from easily accessible online videos 

The closure of schools around the world due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is driving a sudden expansion in distance learning. In response, Spanish-US video learning software startup Edpuzzle has released its intermediate service plan free of charge to teachers and schools everywhere. Already experiencing solid growth before the coronavirus outbreak, Edpuzzle is a cloud-based SaaS platform that allows videos on platforms like YouTube to be edited and transformed into educational tools. To date, it has been used by teachers in more than 150 countries who have created more than 8m v...
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