We understand the obstacles you face when it comes to administering distance learning and Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs). Conducting assessment online can be tricky and keeping learners interested is a challenge. Our digital toolbox was developed so you can create compelling rich-media, interactive course material, enable collaboration with co-learners and assess work easily online. Start tackling course attrition rates. Know more.
Distance learning and MOOCs are solitary experiences. Our technology invites learners to collaborate easily with others on their course, giving them perspective, a chance to reflect and gain a better understating of the subject matter. By exposing learners to the work of their peers, and allowing them to think critically, learners gain a deeper understanding of assessment criteria.
We all learn differently. Adapt to different learning styles with video, audio, texts and mind maps. This helps tutors to gain a deeper insight into what your learners understand and more importantly, how they apply knowledge. We’ve designed our product to allow for subjective judgement on creative projects, because multiple choice doesn’t always cut it.
Whether you offer short-term MOOCs or longer distance learning courses, we’ll help you to handle large swings in uptake of students, vital for courses that don’t have a fixed start date. Cloud-based technology lets us scale up and down again immediately.
Save additional development and costs. Digital Assess easily integrates with MOOCs and distance learning platforms that are compliant with the Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) standard. Simply log in to get started.
With scope for more than just multiple choice questions, Digital Assess is ideal for both summative and continuous assessment. We help you to capture the outcomes of learner tasks and productive skills from a single, structured digital portfolio of achievements built by distance or MOOC learners, presented in an intuitive, ‘storyboard’ format. You can assess more accurately than ever with our unique Adaptive Comparative Judgement feature. Find out more.
Professor Richard Kimbell
Assistant Principal of Learning and Development,
Director of the Technology Education Research Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London.