About Meta

“Meta,” from the Greek μετά- meaning “after” or “beyond,” is the official chronicler of the Genius federation. If Genius is a place for conversation, then Meta is where we go to talk about that conversation.

This is where we house documents like contributor guidelines, interviews with the founders, news articles about the company, and any writing authored by Genius family members and about the amazing adventures of Genius.

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Get started on Genius by taking a look at our Contributor Guidelines which include our Community Policy as well as best practices for annotating, making suggestions, and adding new texts.

Education Genius works closely with teachers at all levels and across disciplines to design and implement classroom projects using the Genius collaborative annotation platform. Whether the assignment is a classic work of literature, primary source historical document, or scientific article, Education Genius lets students analyze and discuss their coursework line by line, online. We’re updating close reading for the twenty-first century! Public school educators, check out our annotated Common Core to learn how you can use Genius to implement the standards for reading and writing.

Contact education@rapgenius.com for more information!

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Check out this excerpt from Jeff Vandermeer’s Annihilation on the Farrar, Straus and Giroux blog or one of Janet Yellen’s Federal Open Market Committee statements on Reuters.