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We Aren’t Saying Your LMS Analytics Are Bad, But…

We aren't saying your LMS analytics are bad... Previously, we did a post on our new active tab feature as we call it, but it's more than that. It shows you how skewed the data in your LMS analytics actually is. Bold statement, that's for sure, but we will stand by it. If you watch [...]

By |February 4th, 2017|edtech, Product|0 Comments

Camp Canvas – Kumbayawesome! Roundup InstructureCon 2016

Now our feet have finally hit the floor again, post crazy conference season, it's a great time to reflect on our experience as a first time InstructureCon 2016 attendee. Where to begin... It was a hot day, we'd got ourselves on a plane and via a quick stop in Phoenix, we landed in Denver. More [...]

By |August 10th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Why Blackboard Adding Caliper to Moodlerooms is Important

Blackboard announced at BbWorld16 that they have added Caliper to Moodlerooms, which then adds to the Learn support which was completed last year. This is great news when it comes to analytics, data context and when it comes to what we do here at emotuit. Firstly, what is caliper? Caliper is an IMS Global framework [...]

By |July 28th, 2016|edtech, News|0 Comments

See Your Online Student Data in the NEW emotuit Student Overview

Everyone loves new features and that's exactly what we're bringing to the emotuit engagement analytics table! The Student Overview on a course shows you more than just how engaged your students are, but also displays student data that the LMS analytics gives you too, such as: Page views, Time in the system, Participations, Quiz scores, as well [...]

By |July 26th, 2016|edtech, News, Product|0 Comments

Never Fear Emotuit for BlackBoard Is Here!

As you would have noted, emotuit has it's great engagement analytics app for Instructure's Canvas LMS, which is great, but Blackboard analytics also needs some emotuit help. This is why we also have a Blackboard Building Block too! That's right, for all of you guys who thought, darn, I wish we could get our hands on [...]

By |July 7th, 2016|News, Product|0 Comments

Emotuit Sponsors at InstructureCon 2016

If you're a Canvas customer, you will no doubt be very much aware of InstructureCon. NO?! NOOO!? You can't be serious?! My word, now that I have come to terms with that; InstructureCon is Instructure's yearly conference for all it's customers, vendors and partners. This year it's theme is KumbayAwesome... so, camp themed!   And, [...]

By |May 26th, 2016|edtech, News|0 Comments

Emotuit Canvas App – New Features!

One thing we were lacking, based on feedback from our BETA customers, was a simple way of disabling the emotuit app for certain courses, or for certains parts of a course, or even for certain students. So, we listened and released a UI update to the emotuit Engagement Analytics app for Canvas and have made [...]

By |May 26th, 2016|edtech, News, Product|0 Comments

Introducing: The Emotuit Engagement Analytics App for Canvas

We are here. We’ve not got lost, in fact we’ve just had our heads down working hard to build what is now v1.0 of our LTI app for Canvas. We know that student retention is important to anyone in educational faculty. We also know that understanding your students is not only a very important part [...]

By |May 26th, 2016|edtech, News, Product|0 Comments

Student Engagement Analytics App – EduAppCenter

If you read our BoomStartup post (what, you mean you haven't seen it?!) you will have seen that the emotuit app is now in the EduApp Center! Well, it's been there a while, but how are you to know that without an update such as this one? Exactly. What does that mean to you? If [...]

By |May 26th, 2016|edtech, News|0 Comments

BoomStartup Accelerator Alumni

Since, we're having to retrace our steps slightly (See here for why that is), I thought it would be a idea to fill in some of the emotuit gaps. In September 2015, we joined the BoomStartup Edtech Accelerator cohort, based in Utah. It was a time of much change at emotuit. We officially become an [...]

By |May 26th, 2016|edtech, News|0 Comments