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Mecate 2017 – emotuit Chosen as Finalists!

We don't always shout about the good things that occur... OK we do, but with great reason. They're really great things! This time is no exception as well. If you haven't heard of the Mecate program (http://mx.socialab.com/challenges/mecate-2017), it's tagline is "Envisioning the future of education" which could well have been written by us, it is [...]

By |May 6th, 2017|edtech, News|0 Comments

Do We Really Understand Student Engagement?

So, do we really understand student engagement? You will see in our space, the big wide world of education, that more and more is being focussed on "student engagement", and first we have to have a look at what it is, before we can understand it, and why does it even matter? Well, the worldwide web, [...]

By |April 7th, 2017|CEO Soapbox, edtech, education|0 Comments

Analytics is a thing in Education

Analytics is actually a thing... it's just matured. Yesterday, I read Mike Sharkey's post on the Blackboard Blog about analytics not featuring on the NMC Horizon report for 2017, when it has across pretty much every year in the last 5. Mike went on to say that analytics was no longer a "thing" but instead [...]

By |March 14th, 2017|edtech, education|0 Comments

Course Beta Testing On The Rise

Is online course beta testing, a thing of the future? Whilst sipping a cup of coffee and taking 5 minutes from the chaos around, I found myself scrolling through the stories on Edsurge and one happened to catch my eye; online course beta testing. As I read through the article, at first I was thinking [...]

By |March 2nd, 2017|edtech, education|0 Comments

Meet Our New Vice President of Research & Development

New VP of R&D joins emotuit We’d like to welcome Roger Taylor to the emotuit team as VP of R&D, and thought we’d take the opportunity for everyone else to find out a bit more about our new team member and what makes Roger tick. Hi Roger, firstly welcome to the team! We’re really [...]

By |February 20th, 2017|edtech, News|0 Comments

EdTech Conferences – The Who Why What?

EdTech Conferences - Where do we start? It always comes to January and we have that decision to make about which edtech conferences we will be attending or even sponsoring, or exhibiting at that year. It's a minefield! The options go on forever and around the globe, too. Now, we would love to attend all [...]

By |February 15th, 2017|edtech, News|0 Comments

D2L Analytics Gets Better With Emotuit Help

D2L Analytics are getting improved! How is this? Well, quite simply because the emotuit for D2L is on it's way. That's how. Thanks to the demand from a number of institutions, we've pushed up our timelines slightly to get the D2L integration from emotuit out. This means your D2L analytics will get better, thanks to [...]

By |February 8th, 2017|education, News, Product|0 Comments

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

Reimagine Education Awards 2016 – Shortlisted & So close…

We didn't really mention this, but thought it was a notable mention, regardless of the final result. The Reimagine Education Awards happens every year for different categories across the education space, looking for those who are making a difference. They are bringing out some fantastic companies, which is truly a great thing to be doing. [...]

By |January 25th, 2017|edtech, education, News|0 Comments

Teacher Licensing – Out With The Old & In With…

Teacher Licensing - Out With The Old & In With... A new chapter has started in the U.S. and with that comes many new educational challenges, with some key ones on the agenda. One of which is the issue of teacher licensing. Many say the system is outdated and old fashioned, and that the high [...]

By |January 23rd, 2017|edtech, education, News|0 Comments