Top creators in education utilize modern twist on study tools to reach learners around the globe.
Quizlet, the global learning platform known for its AI-powered study tools, today announced an integration with TikTok, the short-form video app with a mission to inspire creativity and bring joy. The integration will allow TikTok creators in the education space – including teachers and subject matter experts – to link Quizlet study sets directly to their videos for interactive learning that’s fun and engaging for viewers.
“At Quizlet, we’re focused on building effective study tools, and as part of our innovation process, we’re always keeping in mind great ways to give learners study experiences that excite and inspire them to keep learning,” said Phil Carter, director of growth, Quizlet. “This integration between TikTok and Quizlet is a unique opportunity to bring together the fastest-growing mobile entertainment platform and the largest AI-powered learning platform to reach students where they are seeking compelling content, particularly in a remote environment.”
Creators on TikTok are able to choose from over 450 million Quizlet study sets, including sets they have personally made on Quizlet, or by browsing through subjects including science, history, languages, arts and more. Students simply click on the Quizlet link in the video to directly interact with the corresponding flashcards, making it easy to learn about any topic.
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“The integration with Quizlet is an important step in our commitment to assist creators in the production of learning content, provide resources for learners, and introduce emerging teachers to the TikTok platform,” said Sean Kim, head of product, TikTok. “2020 forced everyone to find new ways to educate and learn, and we believe bringing together the Quizlet and TikTok platforms can help build human connection, promote creative learning content and inspire enriching ideas.”
This partnership comes in support of TikTok’s Creative Learning Fund, a pledge to support the community through COVID-19, as millions of students around the world navigate ongoing learning from a distance.
For more information, please visit www.quizlet.com.