Notesolution, an educational platform for crowdsourced university course content, is officially rebranding itself as OneClass. The start-up is on its way to building the first global interactive library for educational content across all levels of education. The reason for the rebrand is simple: the site offers much more to students than just notes.
Since its inception in September 2010, the site has evolved from just a simple course note repository to a richer and more comprehensive platform, now covering over 7,000 courses with notes, study packs and exam prep videos created by top subject experts.
OneClass leverages its community of students to help produce content reflecting what is being taught inside the classroom. Students contribute daily to a rapidly expanding archive of thousands of notes, with over 7,000 to date. By crowdsourcing content from their large student base, OneClass is able to gain and maintain a significant lead in the amount of content available across 20 active schools, with new expansions this year into the US, Australia and New Zealand.
To date, this Canadian start-up has established its presence in over 20 schools across Canada with over 100,000 users and is on the way to taking the company to the next level. In January 2013, OneClass also launched their monthly subscription plan for unlimited access to all resources on the site
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