The Internet has changed the way we communicate, make friends, shop, and watch movies.
But it has not successfully transformed the way we learn.
|2.5 billion people in the world have access to the Internet.||Last year, 1.2 billion smartphones and tablets were sold worldwide.||Over 100,000 education apps are currently available in the Apple App store.|
We are at an inflection point. The web has connected almost 7 billion people on the planet. We are producing smarter and smarter phones, wearable devices, and self-driving cars.
The ease of making web content and apps has given everyone the opportunity to publish their expertise and continuously improve, using insights gained from "big data."
Gooru is developing open-source technology to support teachers to transform learning. We believe that with the right set of tools and applications, teachers and students can use the web to positively impact learning outcomes. We see an opportunity to go beyond the current solutions with connectivity, devices, and content to transform learning, and we're doing so by building an innovative community and developing open-source technologies that address the practice of teaching.
Gooru is a free personalized learning solution that enables teachers to find, remix, and share collections of web resources on any K-12 topic. With millions of open multimedia resources and quiz questions, Gooru organizes all online learning content and connects a community of educators and learners to meet students’ unique needs.Gooru is open-source and free.
Gooru has over 16 million free and open resources in our K-12 learning catalog, with 1.2 million question items and 70,000 collections contributed by teachers.
Gooru has 7 district libraries and partners with many more across the US. Over 600,000 users are sharing their content and best practices.
Gooru's collection analytics tool allows teachers and students to see instant feedback to personalize learning at all levels.
Gooru's potential is equal to the innovation and creativity of the educators who use it.Read community stories
Students use Gooru to explore their interests, build, and monitor their progress.Read community stories
Districts collaborate with Gooru to unleash personalized learning and share a district-vetted curriculum.Read school stories
Our content partners contribute their content to create high-quality digital libraries.Read content partner stories
We’ve integrated with our tech partners to expand our reach to as many learners as possible.Read tech partner stories
We welcome all developers to build with our free and open APIs to support us in our mission.Go to our Developers Site
600,000 educators and students using Gooru in 210 countries and territories worldwide. .
70,000 teacher-made collections covering K-12 topics in Math, Science, Social Studies,
and English Language Arts.
16 Million free learning resources including 1.2 million question items in the Gooru Learning
15 libraries shared by content creators to organize and share their content.
180 open-source developers and technology companies using APIs from the Gooru Core Platform in their applications.