News from OEB Exhibitors

    • Curated collection of math & stats exercises to become openly available

      OEB Exhibitors | Berlin |

      Grasple announced on 27 November 2019 that all its mathematics and statistics exercises will become openly available under a Creative Commons license. This will enable teachers to use and adapt these open exercises while staying in control of their educational materials because of this open license.

    • Announcing Cengage Student Voices at OEB 2019

      OEB Exhibitors | Berlin |

      Student Voices is Cengage’s on-going research project that looks into the higher education experience of students across the UK, Europe and South Africa. Its focus is on understanding how students regard their education, their learning perceptions, challenges and methods. The team is exhibiting at OEB 2019.

    • Moovly enables collaborative video creation in the classroom

      OEB Exhibitors | Berlin |

      Video creation platform Moovly provides new options for student group work on video projects and internal classroom sharing of created videos. Teachers or academic staff are able to set-up media libraries and student accounts for video creation assignments.

    • Gamoteca has launched 5 new practice-based learning games

      OEB Exhibitors | London |

      Gamoteca, in partnership with the Humanitarian Leadership Academy and Quicksand, released 5 new learning games focused on coaching and mentoring, volunteer training, design thinking, gender bias and new staff onboarding.

    • University College Copenhagen selects itslearning LMS

      OEB Exhibitors | Copenhagen, Denmark |

      After a rigorous tender process, University College Copenhagen – Københavns Professionshøjskole (KP) – has awarded itslearning the contract. Among the decision factors, KP considered that itslearning is particularly strong in the ease of use, curriculum and overview, communication capabilities on the platform, and price. itslearning serves now more than 125 000 teachers and students in the university college market in Denmark.

    • Kryterion reveals The Four Immutable Laws of Credentialing Success at OEB 2019

      OEB Exhibitors | Phoenix, Arizona USA |

      Credentials are challenging and disrupting traditional education, corporate training and hiring. Employers and job candidates each see the value of credentials for demonstrating skills and competence. Based on years of working with dozens of credentialing programs in diverse industries, Leslie Thomas, Ph.D., Chief Psychometric Officer for Kryterion, Inc., shares the four laws of credentialing success for program sponsors.

    • How hardware video encoders help schools: Epiphan Video at OEB 2019

      OEB Exhibitors | Ottawa, ON Canada |

      Epiphan Video’s David Kirk will break down the benefits of hardware encoders for colleges and universities at the OEB 2019 seminar, Epiphan: Hardware Video Encoders – What You Need to Know. Raphael Löhle of the SAE Institute will share how the institution is leveraging encoder hardware across its many campuses.

    • WebClip2Go to Debut at the German OEB Exhibition

      OEB Exhibitors | Veenendaal, The Netherlands |

      WebClip2Go, an offshoot of Dutch-based Burst Video, will be debuting in Germany in the field of education as a completely new type of video production workflow.

    • myday targets improvements to global digital campuses

      OEB Exhibitors | Berlin |

      Student engagement platform, myday, is to feature at the upcoming OEB Global EdTech event, offering educators the latest ‘smart campus’ technologies and approaches, to increase student engagement.

    • 360AI by EDIA Develops New Integration with Alfresco CMS

      OEB Exhibitors | EDIA, Amsterdam, Netherlands |

      360AI, powered by EDIA, has recently developed its first version integration with Alfresco. Alfresco is a popular content management system used by large education publishers such as Pearson, Cengage Learning, Oxford University Press and others.

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