Koedinger Talks LearnSphere in Hechinger Report, U.S. News & World Report

July 31, 2015
Ken Koedinger

"LearnSphere, a new $5 million federally funded project at Carnegie Mellon University, aims to become 'the biggest open repository of education data' in the world," begins the Hechinger Report article "Carnegie Mellon Project Revives Failed inBloom Dream To Store and Analyze Student Data." The piece goes on to provide more detailed information about the program and to compare it to inBloom, the Gates Foundation-funded non-profit that closed in 2014 after privacy fears escalated.

"There certainly are some similarities,” HCII Professoe Ken Koedinger told the publication, but … "in some ways, it’s a deep philosophical difference."

Read the full article in the Hechinger Report, or in U.S. News & World Report.