Dulcinea Media’s mission is to help educators teach students how to use the Internet as a research tool.
Its principal products are SweetSearch, A Search Engine for Students, which only searches a curated pool of 35,000 websites, and findingDulcinea, a content website that helps users find credible and complete information about thousands of topics.
Together, these two products, both free to use, currently draw an audience of 350,000 students and educators each month. Dulcinea Media is in advanced discussions with a company that plans to raise awareness of Dulcinea Media’s products in more than 60,000 school libraries around the world.
Dulcinea Media is about to soft launch a research-based, multimedia web research tutorial that teaches effective web research skills to both educators and students. The company believes this product will transform the teaching of web research skills.
Dulcinea Media has also released an alpha version of findingEducation, a platform that helps educators find the best online resources and share them with students and colleagues. Used broadly enough, it has the potential to replace textbooks in many disciplines.
Dulcinea Media is interested in collaborating with EdLab on one or more of these products.
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