Some recently published regulatory guidance from the UK exams regulator, Ofqual shows how the UK is taking the lead when it comes to accessible and inclusive assessments
As digital interactions increase, so does the flow of data and the risk of its misuse. But edtech can respect and protect learner privacy. John Kleeman, EVP at Learnosity & Questionmark, explains how.
Industry events such as ATP's Innovations in Testing offer a peak into where learning and assessment tech might be heading next. Here are five key trends to watch for.
The concept of learning loss has taken on a new dimension in the era of COVID-19. As learning undergoes a generational shift, it's time to reboot our thinking about assessment too.
Inclusivity in learning isn't restricted to a minority of "corner cases"—it matters much more widely, writes John Kleeman, EVP at Learnosity.
As the Technical Sales guru at Learnosity, David O’Sullivan combines an oceanic knowledge of our product suite with a deep-seated customer empathy.
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The age of remote learning has dawned. But can education compete with the big tech players in the war for students' attention?