Top product: MagicBox – Creating Personalized Learning Experiences

MagicBox enables the delivery of personalized learning anytime, anywhere, on any device.

District Administration® and FETC®’s Top Ed Tech Products of the Year contest spotlights the most innovative new solutions on the market that are helping school leaders meet the ever-evolving education technology needs of their districts and schools.

A panel of experts chose 15 winners from more than 160 submissions, all of which will be featured during the Virtual Future of Education Technology Conference® Jan. 26-29.

Click here for more information and to register for the free 2021 Virtual FETC. 

Here’s a look at one of the Top Ed Tech Products of 2020:


Magic Software Inc.

What it is: MagicBox enables the delivery of personalized learning anytime, anywhere. The learner can access educational content on the device of their preference, since the platform is compatible with iOS, Android and Windows. The content can be accessed at any time, even without internet connectivity, with the facility of an offline eReader. In addition, the learner has the flexibility to proceed along a course at their own pace, choosing to access content according to their preference. Based on each learner’s content consumption, further content recommendations can be made by the platform, while search and discoverability are eased with in-built semantics. While learners have the freedom to learn at their own pace and preferred learning style, they also can access content formats that they prefer, including text, images, infographics, videos, and more.

Why we like it: This solution hits all the boxes, Interoperability using LTI, Common Cartridge, integration with LMS. It offers analytics and is device and browser agnostic. And it’s flexible for students who prefer to learn at their own pace through a variety of formats.

As always, we encourage you to perform your own due diligence before making any investments.

See the full list of winners here.

Eric Weiss
Eric Weiss
Eric is the executive editor of District Administration magazine. He has worked as a journalist at newspapers and in television.

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