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Learnosity acquires Questionmark to accelerate expansion into fast-growing learning and development market
Big news! Learnosity has acquired Questionmark, the end-to-end assessments, proctoring, badging, and reporting solutions provider.
What 39.3 million learners taught us about the future of assessment
In October 2020, Learnosity delivered 2.15 billion questions to millions of students as digital assessment provided a lifebuoy for an industry in crisis. Here's what we learned.
Scaling in the time of COVID: How we run load tests at Learnosity
Senior Software Engineer Olivier Mehani on running a load test to keep Learnosity’s system performant in the face of dramatic user growth.
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How to drive digital assessment beyond the MCQ test
Assessment in the Digital Age has been slow to advance much beyond assessment in the Industrial Age – but why? The phonograph changed music forever.…
Remote learning: Can education find its focus in a world of distractions?
The age of remote learning has dawned. But can education compete with the big tech players in the war for students' attention?
5 questions you need to ask before building an assessment tool
How to be confident that you’re making the right decisions for your learning product.
High product standards begin with strong design principles
Creating strong core design principles plays an essential part in maintaining high product and user experience standards.
“Accessibility shouldn’t be a separate consideration”
Learnosity's Adam Bextream talks process, priorities, and his hopes for the future of accessibility and inclusive design.
Not Invented Here Syndrome explained
Not Invented Here Syndrome is an unwillingness to engage ideas that aren't your own. Here's how that stunts innovation in every industry – including edtech.
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Infrastructure as code: Successfully scaling to new heights
How do you prepare a product to meet the demands of a rapidly growing user base? Meet someone who knows. Alan Garfield is a busy…
What a VPAT reveals about Learnosity’s approach to accessibility
Product Manager Adam Bextream explains why Learnosity’s Voluntary Product Accessibility Template is testament to our unwavering commitment to helping customers become more accessible all the time.
Why user research adds more value to products than user assumptions
Product Designer Kimberly Wong on why the best way of building tools that support learning is by bringing end-users into the process sooner rather than later.
Working together to work remotely
Business continuity is a by-product of spending years fostering a resilient company and culture.
How we manipulated Locust to test system performance under pressure
User increases during the back-to-school period challenges our engineers to find new ways of ensuring rock-solid system reliability at all times.
Designing for accessibility is daunting – until you start doing
The best way of enshrining accessibility in product development is by taking action and getting conversations going early and often.
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Math literacy and metacognition: Swapping repetition for reflection
STEM Product Manager Kathleen Hake looks at the role of metacognition in promoting math literacy and how assessment for learning must evolve.
Here’s one simple way we make your content more secure
Enforcing 2FA for Author Site users makes it significantly more difficult for attackers to access your content – here's how.
Unblock test navigation: 5 Action Builder use cases
Simplifying assessment navigation should always be a priority for product owners and content creators. Learnosity’s Action Builder makes it easy.
How we relaunched our help content to better serve our customers
The primary job of help content is to empower customers to help themselves. Here's how we went about it.
“Perfect practice makes perfect”: Inside the making of Learnosity Math
Jeff Dyer, the brains behind Learnosity’s powerful Math assessment engine, talks programming, product, and philosophy.
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Our people: Mutya Aller
Mutya Aller is a food-obsessed support engineer who works in Learnosity's Sydney office where she solves technical issues and educates clients about Learnosity's products.
Our people: Horacio Balseiro
Horacio Balseiro is a support engineer in Learnosity's New York office who appreciates the finer things in life - good wines, art museums ... and climbing stairs.